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.
This would be one of those times when he's sleeping all night
Ellie had her recital at the Valley School of Dance in Geneseo. This is her second year, and she loves it.
Here's the recital crew, with mom and big sister Hannah.
Young Robbie is a playful sprite, full of energy and joy.
Scott taking in a baseball game. That's Jack on the mound, standing next to the coach.
Lilacs and a pansy.
This sign hangs on the door of El Latino, a great restaurant at 390 and Chili Avenue.
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.
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.
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.
This is a blast from the past. My old desk at the now-defunct Times-Union. This would have been about 1990 or so.
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.
MCing the Ontario Fire Company annual banquet at Finger Lakes racino.
Buying my own lunch at a Syracuse landmark. That's the Cuban sandwich. Next time I'll get goulash.
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.
Here's my dear wife with her little brood, at church on Mother's Day.
Let's get some ice cream! Blue-eyed Ellie is an all-American girl.
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.
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.
Second-grader Jack just passed off a reading level and is now officially at a fifth-grade level.
Mom and a couple of her boys. That dear lady rides herd on a herd of wild maniacs.
Yes, that's a Zweigle's going into that boy.
Jack is a loving and responsible big brother. He loves his siblings and watches over them constantly.