Tuesdays With Moisi

“Stay together, love each other.” This was one of our dear Pop’s encouragements to us all before he died. Our dear parents stayed together through thick and thin for 70 year before our mom died. Moisi practiced what he preached. This photo of Moisi and Nadia was taken at Julienne in San Marino.

A fun thing about Moisi was the fact that his checkbook always lived in the front pocket of his shirt with a pen ready.

I’m behind on my Tuesdays with Moisi posts and I still need to carry on with his history but I won’t beat myself up because Tuesdays come every week and sometime, Lord willing, I’ll carry on.

Moisi in the 50’s (lower left) at 4635 Oak Street, Pico Rivera. Moisi in the 60’s (upper left and lower right) 305 Los Angeles Ave, Montebello. Lower right is my graduation from Junior high. Upper left is crazy hat day for my high school cheer squad dinner at our house.  Moisi in the early 70’s (upper right) Arroyo Drive, La Mirada.

Our Master Bath renovation is just about done and I’ll share the before and afters soon. Have a great Tuesday y’all.

From our Pop’s (Moisi’s) favorite Psalm:

As a father shows compassion to his children, so the Lord shows compassion to those who fear him.

Psalm 103:13

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

10 thoughts on “Tuesdays With Moisi

  1. I love Tuesdays with Moisi. I love seeing all the wonderful pictures and it brings back so many happy memories. Thanks for doing this. I love you, I love you, I love you!! Amen and amen

  2. So nice to see a picture of your parents. I only met them a few times but they feel like family. Good for you that you are keeping up on your family history.

  3. I was thinking about your series honoring your pop when I visited the other day. Just as I left your site I wondered if you had a link on the sidebar to these posts. I know I missed some. I enjoy the fascinating history and also hope you motivate me to put some of our family stories with pictures into blog form (I’m thinking of a private one, just for family … our stories are not as unique as is your dad’s.)

  4. Another wonderful trip down memory/history lane. You and your loved ones will forever appreciate what you have done! Love those retro pictures.

  5. That is certainly good marriage advice that your father left with his children . . . and a good example to back it up!! What a treasure those family photos are!

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