Saturday, March 10, 2012

My Son Frank and his son Joshua



 Frank and Joshua are Father and Son and have the same birthday.   Frank likes to ride the currant in his kayak.  Camping out in the woods is his cup of tea.   He and another man bought some land up in north Arkansas near Bear Lake.  I understand he has already built a cabin, don't have a picture of it.  Frank can do almost any with wood very talented.  I think Joshua goes with his Dad when he is in town. Joshua went to school in Phoenix to repair motorcycles  now he is working in Huston.  Frank married Carolyn Young and worked for Malone and Hyde and helped Carolyn go to college to become a C.T.    When Malone and Hyde moved their warehouse to Memphis Frank decided to go to school and become a C.T also.  He is right at home in a river dodging rocks, he goes as often as he can takes sons and son-in-law,friends whomever will go.  Frank is also the camp cook.  Frank has really been good to me, came up before I married Carrel and mad four flower beds for me.  Frank was glad when I married Carrel, he is out of the flower bed making for me.  Happy Birthday to Frank and Joshua hope you have a good day.  Love you both.  Hope you have enjoyed meeting two more of my family.  Thank you for watching my garden grow and bloom and hope you will grow one of your own.  Happy gardening to you from me, Juanita.


4 comments:

  1. Frank & Carolyn are GREAT O Ts! They are also great people. Happy birthday to all!

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