While in Colorado, our car broke down. We had to leave it there. We rented a car and came home! A slight "interruption" Didn't someone preach a sermon about that? Adolf and Gary cleaning our car out
Uncle Matt, Megan and Neely
Matt, Lisa, Cinco, Shanda and Adolfo
Matt, Lisa, Debbie, Gary
Matt, Lisa, Jason, Neely, Megan, Cindy
Lisa decorated the house for Matt's welcome home for R&R
Matt sharing pictures with friends from Radiant Church
Debbie cutting Matt's Red Velvet Birthday Cake
Matt and Lisa - Happy 25th Birthday Cake
Matt playing with Cinco
Cinco giving Uncle Matt kisses
Matt with his new Taylor Made Driver
Matt openining his Taylor Made Golf Clubs
Gary's Masterpiece drawn for Matt's Birthday Party
Matt and Shanda having fun at the playground
Papa and Neely
This playground was near the restaurant where we had breakfast.
Dad, Matt, Mom in front of The Pantry. This is one of Matt's favorite places to have Breakfast. Lisa arranged for us to be there early. She told Matt that she wanted to take him out to Breakfast for his birthday. So, when they pulled up,
we came out of the restaurant to surprise him.
A man from the restaurant, came out to take a picture for us.
Matt and Shanda
Dad and Matt
Surprising Matt on his birthday
Gary and I were very anxious to see Matt!
Papa and Neely having fun in the park Megan and Neely
Adolf and Cinco
Are you serious?!!!! These were the biggest pancakes we had ever seen!!!
Thank you for visiting Pratt Family Blog.On December 16, 2010, I began a journey I did not plan to take.I was diagnosed with cancer. I had not been sick, had no symptons, except a swollen gland.I am grateful that cancer was found! I’m not grateful for the cancer - but I am grateful that what was hidden was revealed. Darkness was brought to light. The many wonderful prayer warriors that I am so blessed to have in my life, began to PRAY and continue to pray on my behalf.I am so grateful!! I’m taking this opportunity in the form of this blog to share with you how my faith, family and the many friends are helping me be a VICTOR and not a VICTIM.
So, I take this opportunity to say thank you for walking with me through this season of my life