|Posted on Wednesday, May 08, 2013 - 1:43 am: |
The accident of fidinng this post has brightened my day
|Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 - 8:06 pm: |
If you are a named insured on the car, you can drive it. The isrnuance goes with the vehicle, not the driver, alkthough you do have to be named in order to legally drive the car in some cases. At 23 you're probably okay, but their isrnuance will likely go up if you're driving.
|Posted on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 - 6:29 am: |
Ummm, maybe? His mother paessd away from cancer when he was only 13, so it's hard to compare. But she was strictly a SAHM, quite the homemaker, and very crafty (sewing, etc). I'm currently a SAHM, (but won't be after our LO is old enough for school) and although I don't have a crafty bone in my body, I enjoy the cooking/baking for my family aspect of being a homemaker.Sorta? Lol.
|Posted on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 - 2:33 am: |
- Oh my, what a little doll!! I love the sock mnekoy, too fun. She is precious and you got some AWESOME shots of her, mom and dad must just be thrilled!!
|Posted on Monday, August 06, 2012 - 1:53 pm: |
Ok, that is seriously a stuninng couple! I don't even know them! .And, you better enter that doggie pic into some canine contest! I could just see that pic on the bag of some wholesomeTexas dog food! Not to mention a commercial! You work magic Pledge sis!
|Posted on Sunday, July 08, 2012 - 6:19 pm: |
Jack has grown so much already since I saw him 3 weeks ago and he is aalwys sooo happy. Good looking too but he IS a Davis hahaha. Love my littlest and youngest Grandchild! He probably won't be the littlest or youngest for too long, never know, right? Great pictures Erin. You do such a great job getting them to smile and I love the backgrounds and props!
|Posted on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 5:37 pm: |
Hi Angie,I am like you. I have hard time to settle sieothmng for long term. I am a super duper slower buyer. However, I recently found out some photogs do sieothmng like rejuvenating type of thing. They kinda relaunch their biz or website..something like that. they even got a new logo (e.g.jessica claire Jasmine Star). So that gives me a push-now I am going to have a painter (from our ward) to design my logo and I would photograph his fam or his work. I tell myself I will like it no matter what. (I really need to save $$ for a new lens ). If I want to change it in the future, I will feel fine with it too.Just my two cents.
|Posted on Thursday, June 17, 2010 - 5:28 pm: |
My wife Karin and I met in the H&H Retail store on 34th St. in Manhattan. I was a District Relief Manager as I attended college. Karin was a cashier as she completed High School. We have been married 41 years, have 2 children and 5 grandsons.
|Mary Ellen Coblentz
|Posted on Saturday, March 01, 2008 - 9:24 pm: |
My Mom and Dad also met a H&H in the 40's. John and Nancy Macerata. She made change and gave out the nickels. My dad started as a bus boy and stayed with the compay for 42 years. Was a plumber, safety engineer and then drove Frank Hardart around to where ever he wanted to go. I remember as a kid going to the H&H Christmas parties at the Waldorf Astoria. I can still remember how excited I would get the night before, because I was going to get all dressed up, go to this big hotel, see Santa and get presents. Those were the days. When I was 14, I started working during the summers in the commisary offices. Then at 16, I worked as a hostess at the Paramus, NJ H& H restaurant.
|Posted on Friday, December 16, 2005 - 2:07 am: |
Ha! My parents, Frank Valencia and mother,
Renate Timpe, met there in about 1955 or
so. They were bussers at that time...cleaned
tables and then I think my mom was
promoted to filling up the machines with
food. She can still tell you where all
the automats were -- she worked at
all of them at one time or another.
|MS.JEANNIE RANKO CIMMINO
|Posted on Sunday, March 20, 2005 - 1:56 am: |
1557-BROARDWAY THAT'S WHERE MY MOM JOSEFINA & DAD VINCENT MET AND MARRIED.IT WILL ALWAYS BE THE BEST TIMES.NOTHING COULD BEAT THAT PUMKIN PIE! NOR THE X-MAS PARTY FOR THE WORKERS FAMILIES THAT WAS HELD AT THE MAGNIFICANT HOTEL ASTOR.I WILL ALWAYS BE PROUD OF MY MOM FOR WORKING THERE,THOSE WERE THE DAYS. THANKS,THE CIMMINO FAMILY