The Fisher’s

Last Thursday, I got to spend the morning with the Fisher family.  We met two years ago when their oldest daughter, Alexis, was in my Sunday (well, Wednesday night) school class at church.  Dad is headed to Iraq for almost a year, so they wanted to get some photos together before he heads out.  (I can’t imagine life in our house without Daddy…I don’t know how so many families live with moms and dads gone so long!)

Here is Daddy & his girls:




















Here is the whole group (I love the way Gabby & Julie are looking at eachother):




















The sun was so bright, it was tough for the girls to keep thier eyes open for this one, but I thought it was cute:





















And as mom & I were walking back to the car, I grabbed this shot of Dad & the girls crossing the stream:
























Love it…

So here’s to a quick year for the Fisher girls, and safe travel and God’s protection for Dad.  Your service is appreciated!   Great to see you again!  🙂

2 Responses to “The Fisher’s”

  1. 1 jen September 3, 2007 at 9:25 am

    these are absolutley wonderful! the first shot of daddy with his 3 girls is priceless – a memory that he will cherish during his time away. you did a beautiful job!

  2. 2 Brandi Clifford September 5, 2007 at 11:54 am

    What a great keepsake for a family who is making such a sacrifice for all of us! Touching……

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