This is a story that Philip Jr. wrote (and Daddy typed) for a school project. The Speedy Little Munchkin By Philip L Hayes Jr., age 8 My Cousin Ann was over to my house for a sleep over. After a long day of playing, we fell quickly to sleep. (Poke. Poke) Stop. (Poke, Poke) Stop it Ann, I said. Much […]
Ann Hayes’ stamp art (8 years old) has been selected to be on display in the Winter Wonderland Gallery. She is part of a contest and she needs your vote. There have been thousands of pieces of artwork submitted and hers was chosen from entries from around the country. You can vote every twenty four hours if you want. There […]
Today we celebrated Jeanne Lewis Hayes’ 84th birthday. Knowing that Mom is not the biggest fan of birthdays and birthday cakes, I think you will enjoy this one. The children are Philip, Kevin, Ann and Kelly Hayes.
Last week Congressman Chris Murphy visited Waterbury Hospital to learn how President Obama’s health plan might impact Connecticut’s hospitals. Colleen was asked to participate and had his ear for at least part of the time he was there.
Jeanne T. Lewis started to play the piano at age 7 in 1932. The base of what she learned and what she continues to pass on today to her students, comes from her first music teacher, Mrs. Charlotte Brush. Mrs. Brush had a little studio in a house located on Larchmont Avenue in Larchmont, New York, where she would go […]
This video is a compilation of our wedding photographs to our wedding song, “All I Ask Of You”. We used the actual original cast recording from “Phantom of The Opera” in the wedding because it held special meaning for both of us. For my 1988 Christmas gift to Colleen, I gave her a multi-part christmas gift that started with some […]