Friday, June 26
Well the Tooth Fairy has been busy around the Briles house lately. Cameron Briles has lost yet another tooth, this time a top one! Cami was excited this morning when she discovered the tooth missing. Cameron Briles, age 5, is the daughter of Rodney Trent and Tosha Medlin Briles. Cameron will celebrate the loss of the tooth by heading to the beach for summer vacation!
What a great Father's Day our family had this past Sunday! Trent, Tosha, and Cami Briles visited Faith Baptist Church in Trinity with Paul Dickie Medlin and Shirley Hill. My parents Jim and Cathy Briles visited the Briles gravesite at Guilford Memorial Park in Jamestown, NC. Rex Briles , my grandfather, is buried there along with his parents Ernest and Cora Cain Briles and his brother Ralph Briles. They also went to Alamance Memorial Park in Burlington, NC to visit the grave site of Carvey and Ivy Black Garrett, my grandparents. We then traveled down to High Rock Lake in Southmont to visit my parents, Jim and Cathy Briles who returned from visiting both cemeteries. The BIn hopes everyone had a great Father's Day!
Saturday, June 13
The 2009 Rail Days was held today at the N.C. Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC. The annual event featured old rail cars, train rides, flight simulators, and other activities and a good time was had by all. The BIN entourage included Zachary Flowe, the tour guide and train enthusiast, Cameron Briles, Dickie Medlin, and Trent & Tosha Medlin Briles. The N.C. Transportation Museum is open year round and the above features are permanent fixtures there at the museum. You can view more pictures clicking on this link.
Friday, June 12
Cameron Jewel Briles has graduated from Pre-School and is now on her way to 1st grade! Cameron graduated yesterday, May 21, 2009 from The Learning Place in Thomasville, NC. She is the daughter of Rodney Trent and Tosha Medlin Briles. Cameron will be attending school in Randolph County later in the fall. We love you Spoofy!
Friday, June 5
Well he did it! Michael Trent Briles has graduated from High School! Michael finished up his four years at Northwest High School in Guilford County and walked across the stage tonight at the graduation ceremonies. The ceremony took place at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center in Greensboro and was attended by Mike's family. Michael will work during the summer before attending UNCC in the fall. Congratulations Michael, We LOVE YOU!