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S: Zora Neale Hurston

BC: The End

FC: 2012 | Zora Neale Hurston | By ; Jailyn Johnson

1: The Harlem Renaissance To Me Is A Time Period Where African American Cultures Are Let Out And Shared With Harlem, New York. This Time Period Was From The 1920s To The 1930s. The Harlem Renaissance Was Caused By The Great Migration. | Colorado Here We Come!

2: 2012 | The Early Days

3: On January 7, 1891 Zora Neale Hurston Was Born In Notasulda, Alabama. She’d Graduated From Morgan Academy, Attended Howard University, And Received Her B.A. In Anthropology From Barnard College In 1928. When She Was Three They Moved To Eatonville, The First Incorporated Black Community. There Her Father Became Mayor, This Inspired Her Writings. She Wrote About Eatonville As Being A Utopia For Independent Blacks. Her Father Worked Many Jobs As A Result To The Death Of Her Mother When She Was Thirteen. He Worked As A Baptist Preacher, Tenant Farmer, And A Carpenter.

4: Fun Fact

5: Zora obtained her education from many colleges and universities Morgan Academy, Howard Prep School, Howard University and Barnard College

6: Mules And Men N/A | Dust Tracks On A Road 1942

7: Cannon Beach ,OR | Their Eyes Were Watching God 1937

9: In Conclusion Much Good Happened In During The Harlem Renaissance Such As Blacks Got To Express Themselves Through Various Ways. The Impact Will Always Last Because Many People Have Been Inspired By These Various Pioneers. Everyone Has Been Benefited From The Harlem Renaissance And Still Are Being Benefited From The Harlem Renaissance

11: Easter Brunch at Grandmas house. The kids had a great time coloring eggs with Grandma Mary. Kailey found the most eggs and Amy came in second with only 1 less egg than Kailey. It was a close one

12: Mom and I spent the day together shopping, dining, and getting pampered which was all wonderful, but I'd have to say my favorite part of the day was when we just sat and talked for hours about past memories and dreams for the future. This was the best Mothers Day gift I could have received. I will always remember that day and hope we will get to share many more together in the years to come.

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14: We thought it would be fun to surprise Dad with a day at the river. The kids woke him up bright and early with breakfast in bed and gave him the Fathers Day cards they made. Then we packed up the car and drove to the river where we all went whitewater rafting. We stopped half way down the river to eat lunch and then we hiked up to a beautiful waterfall. Later in the day the kids gathered some firewood for a campfire. We all sat around listening to Dad share stories from his childhood. It was such a fun day. The kids got wet and had a blast and will remember this day with Dad forever.

16: Kendra, Beth and Leah had a blast on their trip to Colorado this summer. Kendra just got her drivers license and was in the mood for a road trip so they all packed up and left for the open road with Colorado in their sights. It was hard to see my little girl drive away, she is an adult now and its time to let her go. I'm glad they had fun and arrived home safe. She'll always be my little girl...

17: June 15th 2012

19: We all had a blast at the 4th of July beach party in San Diego this year. Kelly won the watermelon eating contest and Parker experienced fireworks for the very first time. It was great to spend time with so many wonderful friends. We can't wait to do this again next year.

21: We had a blast at the Johnson's Annual Beach BBQ this year on South Padre Island, Texas. Charlie won the rib cook-off and James won the pie eating contest. The girls had fun helping at the face painting booth and everyone had a blast playing all of the games like the water balloon toss and potato sack race. We walked away with great memories and some new friends. We're all looking forward to next year.

23: 6/12/12 | Our Annual Family Reunion was fantastic this year! We had so much fun playing games, telling stories and eating lots of great food. My favorite part was listening to all of the grandparents tell stories about their childhood, boy how things have changed. It makes me grateful to live in such convenient times. I will always cherish the memories we create at these special events. I hope everyone had as much fun as we did. Until next year... | FAMILY

25: Molly's turning 3! | Molly had a princess party with lots of games, friends and a special princess cake. We spent the day at Fairytale Town and the kids had a blast making their own princess crowns and wands. The best part was when the princess came out to surprise Molly, the look on her face when she saw a real live princess was priceless. What a fun day!

27: Car packed, camping gear loaded, coffee in hand and ready to hit the road...and we're off! The kids didn't sleep a wink last night, they were so excited about the trip they stayed up helping Dad pack the car. We've been looking forward to having some time together and I think this was just the thing we needed. A long, long drive. | Colorado Here We Come!

28: Play time at The Jones house. Parker, Kim and Andy had a blast playing tag and hide and go seek now they're all tuckered out and ready for nap time...

30: Andy and Sarah's first day back at school. I can't believe Andy is in Kindergarten and Sarah is in First Grade this year. My little babies are growing up too fast. This is going to be a great year!

33: Bride getting ready photos

34: We had a wonderful Thanksgiving this year. The whole family came over and I prepared my very first turkey and it was a success! This year we thought it was important to give back so after dinner we all went to serve Thanksgiving dinner to those less fortunate. This was the best part of the day. We all decided that serving the homeless will become a new family tradition.

37: Laura is growing up so fast. crawling around getting into anything and everything. Before you know it she'll be walking.

39: Taylor's first Christmas was a memorable one. All of the family came over Christmas morning and we enjoyed opening gifts and eating lots of yummy treats. Later that evening we joined all of the neighbors on a Christmas carol sing along. It was magical.

40: Bride getting ready photos

41: Everyone came to our house to celebrate Hanukkah. We all had a lovely time. This is my favorite time of year. I can't wait until next year.

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