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Lonsberry Family Pictures 5-13

What we've been doing lately.

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    Young Sam is three months old and as big as a tank. He has the sweetest disposition, loves to smile and laugh, and sleeps all night.
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    This would be one of those times when he's sleeping all night.
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    Ellie had her recital at the Valley School of Dance in Geneseo. This is her second year, and she loves it.
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    Here's the recital crew, with mom and big sister Hannah.
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    Young Robbie is a playful sprite, full of energy and joy.
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    Scott taking in a baseball game. That's Jack on the mound, standing next to the coach.
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    Lilacs and a pansy.
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    This sign hangs on the door of El Latino, a great restaurant at 390 and Chili Avenue.
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    This fine man brought in some Schaller's hots when that fine establishment was named fourth-best hot dog place in America. That's Sheri Smith raiding the goodies.
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    Dear Sophie and her paratrooper husband Austin after he and his company had marched back in from a three-week exercise. They parachuted in and walked 30 kilometers out.
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    One of the benefits of being at Fort Bragg is they have an ocean a couple of hours away. On this day, Austin and Sophie were splashing in the Atlantic and Aubrey -- in the Army in California -- was splashing in the Pacific.
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    Blue-eyed Ellie and I sometimes go for Saturday breakfast at the Stars & Stripes diner in Mt. Morris. She always gets grilled cheese and dill pickles.
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    This is a blast from the past. My old desk at the now-defunct Times-Union. This would have been about 1990 or so.
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    Young men take pictures of their women. Old men take pictures of their food. Speaking at the Oswego County Conservative Party annual banquet in Fulton.
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    MCing the Ontario Fire Company annual banquet at Finger Lakes racino.
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    Buying my own lunch at a Syracuse landmark. That's the Cuban sandwich. Next time I'll get goulash.
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    Speaking of the Ontario fire banquet, here's the president, Marty Whittemore. I had a great time at this banquet. Awfully nice, salt-of-the-earth people.
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    Here's my dear wife with her little brood, at church on Mother's Day.
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    Let's get some ice cream! Blue-eyed Ellie is an all-American girl.
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    Robbie had kindergarten screening last week. He counted to 100 for them, was disappointed they didn't want to hear him count by 10s, and read a book for them.
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    Scott is 2 and a fireball. He is always active, always doing something. He will grow up to be a leader and a helpful person. He is always doing something that he thinks helps run the household. Typically it just makes a mess, but he's doing it.
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    Second-grader Jack just passed off a reading level and is now officially at a fifth-grade level.
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    Mom and a couple of her boys. That dear lady rides herd on a herd of wild maniacs.
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    Yes, that's a Zweigle's going into that boy.
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    Jack is a loving and responsible big brother. He loves his siblings and watches over them constantly.