Who says Throwback Thursday can only be a thing on social media? Not me.
I ran across this picture and thought I would share it. From left to right are my dad, my youngest son, me, my oldest son, and my grandfather. That’s four generations of Lunsford’s! It was either taken in late 1999 or early 2000. All of us are still alive and kicking to this day. There’s even a fifth generation of Lunsford’s now. I’m thinking we need to get together and have a picture taken with the new generation.
It’s time for another Motivation Monday! Let’s get out there this week and show everybody we have what it takes to win. You’ve got this!
The wife and I took our grandson Garrett to the Camp Atterbury Museum today so he could get up close and personal with the military vehicles there. He had a great time. We took a lot of pictures of him with the vehicles but since I don’t have his mother’s permission to publicly post those I will only share this one that I took that I think is cool.
Indianapolis lost a hero yesterday. IMPD Officer Breann Leath was shot responding to a domestic violence call. She later died of her injuries. Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett lit Monument Circle in blue to honor her. I went down after my shift ended to pay my respects.