Archive for the ‘Family’ Category

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From my Uncle Dan: Gladys (Brown) Klinefelter, known as Gladdy, departed her earthly life on March 9, 2008 surrounded by her family, at home in Berea, KY after a courageous twenty five year struggle with Parkinson Disease.  She is survived by her husband of 60 years, the Rev. Gerald Klinefelter.  At Red Bird Mission for […]

My Grandma


From my Uncle Danny: “I am only going over Jordan ” Jennifer sings on the CD player Mom breaths are erratic and she gasps every now and then. Her skin has a bluish tint. Connie, Nancy and I are holding her hands and touching her head. She stops gasping and breathing. The CD player sings […]

New Beginnings


Yes, I really do blog.  Life has been overfull of late (as evidenced by the mound of dirty dishes on the counter…. umm, maybe they’ll get washed tomorrow).  I really like keeping a clean and organized house, but with small children I find it increasingly difficult, if not approaching impossible!  So needless to say I […]

Klinefelters 2007 So, we’ve been organizing pictures (for the purpose of Christmas cards and gifts) and we made an album of Klinefelter Family pictures of this past year.  Click above to enjoy. Most of the dreaded Christmas presents are purchased.  I say “dreaded” because I highly dislike the stress that gift buying produces.  I actually […]

The children are nestled all snug in their beds. Praise the LORD! To those who do not have children and to those who have been parents longer than I… a confession: parenting is hard work. Before I became a parent I had NO IDEA how hard this would be. It is by far the hardest […]

So, I’m sitting in the breakfast room at the Ramada in Grand Rapids, Michigan and reading USA today and I find this article by Mark Hall (youth pastor and part of the band Casting Crowns that a bunch of the students at my school like). It is a good article, but I wonder what teens […]