Photographic Journal

Visit our photo journal of experiment by the Coffey Clan.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

The Wrenegades

Ann and Anne

Lynne Curtis and Bridget Pieschel

Jiminy Moomaw

Bev, Lydia, Donnette

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Pics from Christmas 2009

Hannah opening her presents from the Coffey-Pierces

Joe Harris and daughter Hannah

Jared Relaxing

Marianna setting the table

Jaime Harris and daughter Hannah


The Package Marianna created by braiding ribbon...braiding?....weaving is better I think...

Kaite online....tuned in to Hulu

Daddy Relaxing

Lydia, Jared, and Lily playing

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

2010 Photographic Journal

Lydia and I are going to try to do a journal of 2010....photographically. We were inspired by the Cavanaughs! The url is

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Jared's Birthday

Jared turned 27 on the 20th of January; David and I had scheduled a follow-up apt. in Jackson 6 months ago, and it just happened to be on his birthday! Lydia and Jared and Jared's Mom, Susan, and Jared's brother Eric joined us for a celebration lunch at Cheddar's in Jackson.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Easter in Tupelo and Zouave!

Lydia and Jared and I drove up to Tupelo to be with Marianna on Easter Sunday morning; we worshiped at her church, First Methodist Tupelo.
Mare did a Grandma type Sunday dinner....roast beef and carrots and little taters!

Zouave was the title given to certain infantry regiments in the French army, normally serving in French North Africa between 1831 and 1962. The name was also adopted during the 19th century by units in other armies, especially volunteer regiments raised for service in the American Civil War. Zouave as it is known at Mississippi University for Women was a French Military Drill that the famous Emma Ody Pohl taught to the entire student body from 1912 until 1955. There are pictures of hundred of young women dressed in blue and white "doing the drill". This semester it was resurrected for the 125th Birthday of MUW; students could sign up for Zouave as a class. Both Kaite and Lydia participated and performed on Shattuck Lawn during Homecoming weekend.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Give Thanks with Grateful Heart

David and I were so incredibly blessed to have our children around us for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Marianna, Lydia and Jared, and Kaite were home for Thanksgiving. Kaite baked a wonderful apple-crisp-pie to compliment the shrimp, smoked turkey, dressing, gravy, Sista Shuberts, and of course, our only TRUE tradition, Italian Spinach a la Papa, Carl Gargano.

Marianna brought a new Mississippi State Tablecloth in a maroon/burgundy to jazz up the festivities; Jared and Lydia's second Thanksgiving as a married

Words cannot express how truly thankful we are to be so blessed with this crazy as they sometimes are!