S: Andrew Philip Miller
BC: Living my dream
FC: My heart melts when you smile
2: baby of | mine
3: Ten little fingers & ten tiny toes...
4: BATH TIME
5: Scrub a dub dub, three little boys in the tub!
6: Play Time
7: Sleep Time
8: Licking the spoon was the best part of helping mommy make cookies.
10: Aunt Debbie made my Donald Duck costume.
11: Carving out good times!
12: Bunnies are brown. Bunnies are white. Bunnies are always An Easter delight. Bunnies are cuddly The large and the small. But I like chocolate one The best of them all.
13: Although it's been said, many times, many ways, Merry Christmas to you!
14: Daddy's Little Man
15: Mamma's Boy
16: We love taking Grandpa to the Carousel! | Never too old...
17: Faust Park
18: I love helping with chores.
19: And I love playing with my brother!
23: Good times at Love and Laughter
28: Best Buds!
29: Hold a true friend with both your hands.
32: Ice cream with great grandpa Salter! | We are monkeys climbing a tree.
34: Sailing with Uncle Steve | ...and going to the beach with and Aunt Susan | Laguna Beach | Newport Beach | Capistrano Beach | Long Beach | Dana Point | San Clemente Beach
35: Seal Beach | Huntington Beach | Santa Monica Beach | Malibu Beach | Venice Beach
36: Philmont Scout Ranch with the Jackson family | Scout Troop 567
38: St. Alban Soccer #1
39: "We are going to the concession stand right after the game, yeah!"
40: Fishing in Canada
41: Traveling through South Dakota to Wyoming
46: Work hard, play hard...
50: I'm never lonely with my friends and family.
52: Hiking and camel riding through the Negev Desert | Traveling through Israel with Rabbi Franken and other friends.
54: Western Wall The Western Wall was built by King Herod in 20 BC during his expansion of the Temple enclosure, and is part of a retaining wall that enclosed the western part of Temple Mount. According to the Roman-Jewish historian Josephus, construction of the walls took 11 years, during which time it rained in Jerusalem only at night so as not to interfere with the workers' progress. In 70 AD, the Romans destroyed Jerusalem and its Temple. During the Ottoman Period (beginning in the 16th century), the wall became the Jews' chief place of pilgrimage, where they came to lament the destruction of the Temple. For centuries, the Western Wall was located in a narrow alley just 12 feet wide that could accommodate only a few hundred densely packed worshipers. But in 1967, immediately after the Six Day War, Israelis leveled the neighboring Arab district to create the Western Wall Plaza, which can accommodate tens of thousands of pilgrims. At the same time, the Israelis made the wall about 6 1/2 feet higher by digging down and exposing two more tiers of ashlars (squared stones) from the Temple Plaza's retaining wall that had been buried by accumulated debris for centuries.
62: Mario Chalmers, Junior, Guard On the shot to send to overtime..."I got a good look. They gave me a good pass. When it left my hand it felt good and I was just glad it went in."
63: KU Cheerleaders
65: Graduation and Naval Commissioning May 2010 University of Kansas