My daughter Sophie next to my Benches on Parade bench. Behind her is the Army recruiting office her sister Aubrey is visiting.
Sophie and I made the paper running and finishing a 14-mile trail run side by side. We were proud to represent the Flying Lonsberrys
Hannah, Aubrey, Sophie and their mom ran as a relay team at the Rochester Marathon. They beat me by half an hour. Here we all pose with our medals.
Here the girls pose behind my bench. Pictured are Frederick Douglass' son and Medal of Honor recipient Gary Beikirch.
Sophie with a slice of Lonsberry pie at a diner in Avon. The pie is made by Leo's in East Rochester. Money from each one goes to help soldiers.
Little Robbie shows off some of the bounty from our garden.
George the Barber gives Robbie his first haircut. Speaking of hair, they both seem to have the same style.
My son Lee getting in a little sniper training.
Morris the Monkey came home from kindergarten to spend the weekend with our family. That's my beautiful wife with Morris, blue-eyed Ellie and young Jack at Chinese buffet.
Hannah and her mom and I ran a nine-mile trail race at Mendon Ponds Park with Brandon, Aubrey's boyfriend, who ran a 4.5-mile course. It was cold. This day we were the Flying And Shivering Lonsberrys.
Young Jack, Little Robbie and Morris the Monkey living the casual life.
Tom Reed is running for Congress in the seat once held by Eric "Tickle Fight" Massa.
After each of Sophie's home soccer games, her little brothers and sister run a lap of the track. Here, Little Robbie sets out.
Young Jack finishing his lap.
Sophie and her mom at Senior Day, when the graduating seniors and their families are recognized between varsity soccer games.
Here's the crew at Senior Day.
Young Jack and Little Robbie in one of those cool carts kids love at Wegman's.
Mom was at school board training, so I tool these boys out for a high-sugar breakfast of hot chocolate and LA cinnamon bread -- with extra syrup -- and bacon.
Young Jack at his kindergarten desk with blue-eyed Ellie and Little Robbie.
This is the grease trap at the Open Door Mission. WHAM personality Jim Salmon is trying to replace it. To help, go to www.OpenDoorMission.com
The two Roberts helping mom make apple sauce. This photo may capture every moment of work we did.
At our camp with Aubrey and her boyfriend, she cooked the three of us sausages.
They were charred clear through -- which is just the way they should have been.
Yes, that is an assault rifle and, yes, that is an open fire -- two things that really upset New York politicians.
Aubrey is thinking of going in the Army. Even if she doesn't, she is thinking of living in a country with a Second Amendment.
One more photo of us after the Rochester Marathon. Doesn't my medal look cool?
A close-up of the Flying Lonsberrys.
My beautiful wife flying to the finish of a 5k our church put on for the House of Mercy.
Young Jack coming to the finish of the children's portion of the House of Mercy run.
The Flying Lonsberrys after the House of Mercy run -- Aubrey, my wife and Young Jack.
Young Jack at the father-son campout for church. Squatting beside him is his Mormon bishop, who thankfully brought venison steaks. Mormon boys don't have to wear camouflage, but it does help.
Blue-eyed Ellie, Young Jack and Little Robbie upstairs at what used to be the Geneseo Odd-Fellows Hall, signing Ellie up for dance class in the same school big-sister Sophie has attended since she was little.