My Son and I!

I wanted to share an appreciation blog of my dear family but more specifically my son, Mason! I am a proud father to such an amazing kid. I try to spend as much time as I possibly can with this young man. Here are some photos to show!


Me holding my son Mason!



My entire family enjoying the weather!



My family and I celebrating Turkey Day!



My wonderful son mason and myself.



My family all together playing in the snow!



My wonderful son Mason wearing a solid Eagles helmet.

Snow Fun – Winter 2017!

Sure, winter isn’t ideal for many things, but it is great for having fun with friends! My son Mason enjoyed a snow day recently, and as you can see, there was nothing but pure joy about being able to make snow angels, have snowball fights and go on sleigh rides.

anthony-beyer-family-snow day

All of us! Monica, Mason and Me


Here we go!


Having so much fun.


Mason all covered in snow.


Say cheese!


What is winter without snow angels?


…and snowball fights.


Wanna build a snowman?

Merry Christmas Everyone!

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! Here are a few pictures of My family (my beautiful wife Monica and our son Mason) and me on Christmas Eve as well as the day after, which we spent at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, PA. I wish you all a Happy New Year!

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Monica and Mason

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Mason and me

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Our tree and tons of gifts

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Merry Christmas!

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Did someone say Pokemon?

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Putting the final touches on our Christmas tree. Mason’s own 2016 ornament.

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Such beautiful lights. Very creative.

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

This was wonderful. Peace on earth!

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas


Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Isn’t she lovely?

Anthony Beyer's Family Christmas

Say cheese!


Mason’s Thanksgiving Feast

Brige Valley Elementary hosted a Thanksgiving feast for the kindergarten class. The whole family attended, and here some of the photos from the awesome event below.


Mason and children from his class


Mason and kids all dressed up

Anthony Beyer-Mason's Thanksgiving Feast

Poppy and Grammy Beyer and Mason


Monica, Mason and me.


Poppy, Grammy, Monica, Mason, and me


Arts and crafts


Monica and Mason


Monica and Mason are all smiles


Grammy and Poppy Beyer enjoyed their Thanksgiving feast


A family portrait


The class’s fall decor


The Thanksgiving spread was great


One of Mason’s friends


More arts and crafts


All of the family


Everyone was documenting the fun

Giving Season is Every Season

The biggest time for charities is the fourth quarter of the year, particularly November and December. During those months, many celebrate holidays in which the spirit of giving is fundamental, like Thanksgiving and Christmas. At any rate, many great initiatives are made possible as a result of such generosity, and for those in need, it’s appreciated.

However, I’m of the firm belief that giving should continue all year round, because there is always a need. The summer months, though not as common as fall and winter, are actually great for charitable endeavors. If you’re wondering what you can do to make a difference, consider one of the following options.

A young boy washing a car

A young boy washing a car

  1. Organize a carwash, and donate the money to your local church or selected non profit organization. It’s fun while being helpful, and it gets others involved who may have not considered giving money to special causes.

    Public Park

    Public Park

  2. Volunteer for community service, such as cleaning up public space. This may not appear to have any direct benefits like giving money, but it does have a positive effect on the community, and it’s great for the environment.

    Anthony Beyer's image of clothing for donation


  3. Donate clothes. As you pack away winter clothes and prepare for warmer weather, consider those things that you no longer need or may have outgrown, and drop them off at places like Salvation Army. Someone will be happy to have it, and can use it when the season changes again.


With the kids out of school, they can also be involved, and the work can become a family affair. Of course, these are just a couple suggestions. There are many more, and likely a few events compiled by others in your area in the name of philanthropy. Don’t wait until winter, do what you can today and always.