I love this photo. It’s a picture of my father at age three in 1930. He’s pulling his mom (my deceased grandmother, Earline) in his little red wagon. I love the way she’s all dressed up in the clothing of the period and seems to be enjoying the moment.
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The white blob in the middle of the photo is from my flash. I don’t have a scanner, so I took this picture on my phone from a framed photo. I actually think it doesn’t take away from the mood of the photo.
I don’t have a scanner, so I couldn’t scan baby and very young photos of my daughter because those were regular paper photos taken back in the days before people could upload photos to Facebook or other social media. I gleaned these photos from her Facebook account (with her permission). They show Molly (not her real name) at a few different ages.
These two photos show Molly at about age 12, on a school trip to some underground caves. She is the girl in the purple velour hoodie.
The photo on the left is Molly (with the pink streaks in her hair) at her 8th grade graduation in 2007; the photo on the right was taken about 2 years ago, when she was 19. She is the girl on the left.
Molly with a color-manipulated photo of our fat cat, Chunks!
Bonus photo of Sheldon when he was a tiny kitten and my Bassett mix, Daisy, who passed away 2 years ago on December 23rd, 2012. That was a sad day. 😦 The second photo is Sheldon and Cleo as kittens not long after we adopted them.
Tomorrow I will post a “family album” of my son, Ethan.