Punkin, my sister's dog, who lives in Indianapolis but is a
huge Sherron Collins fan. They sent me this email citing "why KU beat
K-State." BE SURE TO PULL UP PUNKIN & SHERRON COLLINS
Sparkles Graves, my baby, resides in Baldwin with her owner and
pal, Annette. "I'm ready for my closeup....."
Lucy is a 4 month old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. She took
a break from chewing on one of her favorite toys to pose for the camera.
What a cutie! She is owned and loved by Kyle and Danae Johnson.
My three dogs. D-Yogi, Jack Thunder and Zeke.
Harley and Paloma
Ben Farney poses with his artwork at the Schwegler Elementary
School book fair and art show on Feb 28. He is the son of Melanie
Farney, Lawrence, and Bob Farney, Lawrence.
Lightning Wednesday evening around 730 pm
Sabina, 7 months old, after her first trip to the polls.
Future Jayhawk cheerleader at "Late Night in the Phog 2006" is
9 year old Ashtyn Oswald, daughter of Dr Jeffrey & Caren Oswald of
Lawrence. Picture submitted by her grandparents of Overland Park KS.
Kansas Association of Retired School Personnel members present
facsimilie checks to Gov. Sebelius in the amounts of $6,040,000.00 and
$1,096,000.00 representing volunteer hours provided in 2006. These
checks represent the amount of statewide volunteer hours by KARSP
members that were given back to the community. KARSP members include
127 Douglas County Association members who donated approximately 20,000
hours locally. For information on how to join the local DCARSP group
Former Lawrence resident, and KU grad. Jane Galvin who works in
Dubai at a Placido Domingo concert in Abu Dhaby February 16, 2007
Bobby and Kate Ada Maggiore on the beach in Del Mar,
California. They are the grandchildren of Harley and Jerree Catlin of
Lawrence and the children of Leslie and Bob Maggiore of Carlsbad,
The day after Valentines Day I started my truck for work and
found this on my windshield, it was a heart that was thawed by my
defrost and if you look closely you can see a balloon that iIgot on
Valentines Day in the house window.
Tanner (10), Trey (7), and their sister, Maisie (4) Rich show
their appreciation for the sculpture at the Nelson-Atkins Museum last
July in Kansas City. They are the nephews and niece of Phil and Kendra
Oberzan, Lawrence, and the children of Doug and Kama Rich of Ottawa.
Submitted by their friend Dave Upchurch.
Tate and Lane Anderson, 4, show off their new shoes. Tate and
Lane are the children of Justin and Amy Anderson, Baldwin.
Nick Sprecker, 8 months old, gets a hand from his dad, Chris
Sprecker for his first bicycle ride at a Lawrence Bicycle Club spinning
Pete Junge,5, with Big Jay at the women's KU basketball game.
Enjoying a Saturday pampering, Sophia LaPoint (age 5), daughter
of Mark and Jill LaPoint, Lawrence, Madeline Reeves (age 6), daughter of
Sherri and Ryan Reeves, Overland Park, Liliana Keathley-Helms (age 6),
daughter of Derek and Tasha Helms, Lawrence, Anelise Sedlock (age 6),
daughter of Charlie and Leda Sedlock, Lawrence, and Ella Keathley-Helms
(age 6) daughter of Derek and Tasha Helms, Lawrence, pose for a photo
outside Libby Lu at the Oak Park Mall in Overland Park, Kansas.
MacKenzie Owens and John Meissbach celebrate their 12th
birthday with friends at the Ranch on Saturday, February 10, 2007. Both
MacKenzie and John were born on Valentine's Day 1995.
Caleb Deane, 4 months, is dressed and ready for church. His
parents are Craig and Kristi Alexander, Lawrence. His grandparents are
Susan Felts, Lawrence and Paul and Marsha Alexander, Baldwin City. His
great grandparents are Frank and Betty Alexander, Lawrence and Irvin and
Myrtle Andres, Topeka.
Lawrence Coyote boys at the Baldwin Bulldog Novice Tourney
from left to right:
bottom row: Deaken Frentrop,Collin Decker, Caige Sutton, Tristan Decker
top row: Coach Tony Frentrop, Nathan Koehn, Conrad Nikiten, Coach Ron
Lawrence Coyote girls at the Baldwin Bulldog Novice tournament
Sun Feb 18
The Brown's, Phil, Jenny, Hunter & McKenzie, pose with their
snow family here in Lawrence. They are hoping to have seen the last of
their snow buddies for the season!
Cale,10 years old, and Kobie Kobler, of Lawrence, enjoy the
view of Sapphire Lake on the Upper Holland Lake Trail of the Swan Range
Divide in Montana and get ready for the 10 mile descent.
Joe (7) and Sam (4) Mandigo at the annual Old Fashion Christmas
Joe Mandigo (7)
Sam Mandigo (4)
Sons of Carrie and Jim Mandigo of Lawrence. A snowman built with the
Carrie Mandigo (39)
Allen Booe (63)
Winners of the Golden Noodle Award and The Golden Salad Award at The
Mandigo Family Annual Pasta Cook-Off!
Recent trip to New York with friends and family.
Amy, Edie, Brenda, Leanna and Shannon.
Caitlin Indermaur, 13, Dana Duellman, Trueb Indermaur, 8, and
Scott Indermaur enjoyed a very special Valentine's Day celebration when
they all received their 1st Degree Black Belt from Westbrook's ATA Tae
Kwon Do school!
The McLouth Excavating bowling team recently won the 2007
Greater Douglas County USBC Open Championship Tournament rolling a score
of 3700. Team members are from left to right: Jerry Fitzgerald, Joel
Davidson, Charles Mestagh, Jerry Beach, and Chris Culp.
Bob and Josephine Garcia celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary at a dinner given by their children. This photo was taken
by their granddaughter, Marisa age 16, and submitted by their daughter.
Jordan Jerred(3) watches his baby brother Xavier Joseph (7
months) have fun with his new train set.
Danny Easum and Grandaughter Emma Skeet (3), build a snowman.
1..2..3..GO!!! Jordan Jerred (3) trys to help his lil brother
Xavier Joseph (6 months) to start crawling.. Jordan and Xavier are the
son's of Cari Savedra.
Harper Edy Leacox, 2 1/2yrs.
While visiting Universal Studios theme park in Orlando, Fl this past
weekend, my daughter, who knows her parents are KU Jayhawk fans,
screamed in excitement "mommy mommy, oh my gosh the jayhawks are here!"
and ran and attacked them. I didn't have the heart to tell her it was
Woody Woodpecker, but it looks like we have a Jayhawk in the making!!!
Photo No. 2
Harper Edy Leacox, 2 1/2yrs.
While visiting Universal Studios theme park in Orlando, Fl this past weekend, my daughter, who knows her parents are KU Jayhawk fans, screamed in excitement "mommy mommy, oh my gosh the jayhawks are here!" and ran and attacked them. I didn't have the heart to tell her it was Woody Woodpecker, but it looks like we have a Jayhawk in the making!!!
Dick Stanwix and Verna Stanwix - Christmas 2006 Grandchildren David Metsker 23, Marla Metsker 20, Grant Metsker 17.
Justin Narcomey 10 and Cole Narcomey 7. Erin Stanwix 10, Kate Stanwix 8, Emma Stanwix 6. Maelee Folks 2 and Lydia Folks 3 weeks.
Parents are David and LuAnn Metsker, Morris and Sarah Narcomey, Rick and Marci Stanwix and Chuck and Diane Folks
Danica Mae Craig-4 months (daughter of Steven and Lynly Craig)
was surprised by the flash of her mommy's camera.
Patrick Hutchins, colonel, and Debra Guy finish flying in his World War II plane. Debra is the daughter of Cletis Converse, Lawrence, and worked at the 22nd Air Force "Wings Over Houston" Airshow. Cletis Converse submitted the picture.
Alicia Gian, left, and Chelsie Shipley rehearse a scene from "The Maids" Monday night at Kansas University's Murphy Hall. The show opens Friday.
Palm trees in the YucatÃ¡n Peninsula are a visual treat in a tropical climate. The vacation site consists of 180,000 square miles of low-lying flat limestone formed into a rock shelf.
BOUGAINVILLEA provides a bright, lush cover over a brick wall in the YucatÃ¡n peninsula. The flowering plant is native in some tropical and subtropical regions.
Several succulents and cacti
Vacations to tropical destinations give plant-lovers a chance to see their favorite species in their natural environments, rather than stuck in a pot behind the couch. In this picture is a ginger plant from Jennifer Oldridge's trip to the YucatÃ¡n Peninsula.
Traders work at the New York Stock Exchange. Stocks fluctuated in a narrow range Wednesday, showing some signs of stability and recovery.
Environment Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk said Wednesday that authorities might have to resume killing elephants, a practice that ended in 1995 under international pressure, as part of a package of measures, including contraception and relocation, to slow the rampant population growth.
Driver Mark Martin, right, with Ginn Racing teammates Sterling Marlin, left, and Joe Nemechek, center, talks to the media during the first day of the 2007 NASCAR Nextel Cup Media Tour in January.
Texas forward Kevin Durant (35) high-fives fans after leading UT to a 98-96 double-overtime victory over Texas A&M. Durant had 30 points in the victory Wednesday in Austin, Texas.
Rudy Vorkapic drops some papers off at Molly's at the Market in the French Quarter as Tuesday he distributes his newspaper "The New Orleans Levee," in New Orleans. The newspaper parodies politicians on issues of rebuilding the city post-Katrina.
Paul Bergersen looks through records he kept to support his claims that Shelter Mutual Insurance Co. discriminated against Hispanic drivers. Bergersen, a former agent with Shelter, was fired after taking his allegations to Kansas insurance regulators.
A worker carrying a tank of carbon dioxide inspects bags of chicken carcasses which were disposed during a "Bird Flu Readiness Drill," on Oct. 4 Singapore. Public health experts will be staked $100 each to take part in a betting pool, as part of an unusual effort to better predict the advance of the deadly bird flu in a project modeled on a futures market.
After 30 years of growing popularity, rap music is facing a sharp decline in record sales. Snoop Dogg is shown at the 2006 American Music Awards in this file photo.