Friday, March 27, 2009

The Lane Family

Here are some fairly recent pictures of my kids. They are either pictures that were emailed to me or ones I saved off of their web site. Stephen and Denise, owners of Boldly Going Coffee Shop in Enterprise, AL
Their very able and beautiful cashier, Rebekah-Elizabeth Noe'lani "Bekah". Bekah is named after both her tutu and her mother. Elizabeth is the second part of my hyphenated first name (Violet-Elizabeth) and Noe'lani is Denise's middle name. Nathan and Denise at the airport in Montgomery, AL. Nathan had stayed in Fayetteville instead of moving to Enterprise. He flew to Enterprise to spend a week with the family. This is Denise greeting her son upon his arrival. It is very evident she is happy to see her son!! Of course, he has since joined his family in Enterprise. Denise and Bekah sightseeing in Montgomery before Nathan's flight arrived. I believe this is the gift shop on the grounds of the Governor's home or state capitol.

Stephen and Denise on the beach in Florida. Stephen did a renewing of vows ceremony for a young Army couple who were part of their fellowship group. He cleans up rather nicely, don't you think? Of course, Denise always looks fantastic!! They celebrated their 20th anniversary this past February.
Denise, Bekah and Nathan. This picture is not a very recent one. It was taken while they still lived in Fayetteville. Probably the first day of school one year.
Being so far away from them is difficult, thankfully there are pictures to treasure, phone calls, email, Facebook and numerous other ways to keep in touch.


  1. What a handsome family. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Beautiful family :o) My husband is a retired Army helicopter pilot, so Ft Rucker is very much a part of our past!!! We lived on Ft Rucker and also had a home in Ozark, AL :o)

    In fact, my hubby and I have gone to Rucker over the years to do the Christmas Art and Craft show... In fact as recent as, last year, I participated with the art that I do... but this year, we will not be able to.

    What a small world :o)

    Blessings & Aloha!