To Jo on our 43rd

To Jo on our 43rd anniversary, Three years ago Jo and I celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary and had a blowout of weekend celebrations. Well, it was a big deal for us anyway. For those of you who know me, the way I communicate is through photos, music and videos. For our formal celebration I…

Merry Christmas from the Davey’s and Family – 2013

This Christmas we decided to deviate from our family Christmas tradition just a bit. Instead of the traditional “northern” style Christmas family get together served with Turkey and dressing we decided to take a Christmas boat excursion on the waterways of our home area around Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The six of us: Jo my wife;…

Memorial Video

This past Sunday my son JP and his wife Jacky held a memorial service celebrating the life for their first-born child, a son, who survived for only a short time after birth.  Jon-Daniel was named after two important people, my son and a special uncle of JP’s who passed away in 2010. I produced a…

Life Changing Moment

I started Tuesday posting an excerpt from JP’s blog ” Nothing changes your life like a life-changing moment. It may sound pretty obvious, but that statement doesn’t have real impact until a moment changes your life. One certainly changed ours.” — JP Davey Tonight, Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013, that life changing moment also happened to…

Old Mill in Pigeon Forge

Old Mill in Pigeon Forge, originally uploaded by QuakerVille. This is a beautiful summer picture of the Pigeon Forge mill. This mill was originally built-in the early 1800’s as an iron forge mill which defined the city name. This same building has also been a grain mill, electricity generator building, and Iron foundry. Currently, as…

What NOT to publish in Social Media sites.

The Social Media web sites are a pretty cool place to hang out whether you are sharing photos, resources, business contacts, family history, or about anything other service available now to share or collaborate information. Below are a few main data areas to beware of sharing with the public at large. This is common sense…