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This is a photo of a beautiful castle known as Thornewood castle in Washington State. There is no other real castle in the area. The bricks used to built this castle was originally from England. It was once a castle call The Elizabeth Manor, but when the architecture decided to move to America in 1887. He destroyed the manor and took all of it brick to Washington state where he built it and became successful in 1902 as Thornewood castle.

Posted in Thornewood

Greatest Parent Ever!!

I always bother my dad with this question. Am I the best son ever? he always refer me to my mom or grandfather. And when I ask them they send me back to my dad and I would just guess and go with it. But the point was they wanted me to decide it for myself. They want me to believe and know that I am the greatest son they have. That is how special parents are. They are special by showing the right path for their children to learn and grow into people who one day won't need their parent's guidance again.

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Work wokr work

seriously though! what else can I do

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this is so funny

Posted in Humour

As the storm raged, the captain realized his ship was sinking fast. He called out, “Anyone here know how to pray?” A pastor stepped forward. “Captain, I know how to pray.” “Good,” said the captain, “you pray while the rest of us put on our life jackets – we’re one short.”

Posted in Humour

Grandparent and there children

I made this collage of my mom side of the family. My grandfather and grandmother in the middle and around the edges are my uncles and aunt which are my mom siblings. Miss my grandparents a lot.

Posted in Grandparent

“Dad, I want to ask you a question,” said little Josh after his first day of Sunday School. “Of course,” said his Dad. “The teacher was reading the Bible, about the Children of Israel building the Temple, the Children of Israel crossing the Red Sea, the Children of Israel making the sacrifices,” said Josh. “So what’s your question?” his Dad asked. “Well, didn’t the grown-ups do anything?!”

Posted in It's Funny, but Not Very Creative