Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Young Love


(My Grandparents)


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21 comments:

  1. I love looking at old family photos! Always bring back fond memories isn't it? Thanks for sharing, Wendy! :)

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    1. Melody - I have so few photos of this set of grandparents when they were young, so this is an extra special one.

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  2. I love old photos like that! What are they holding in their hands? Popsicles?

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    1. Kathy - They are eating Sugar Daddies--at least that's what my mom tells me. It's been ages since I had one. I used to love them as a child.

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  3. What a fantastic picture! I love the pictures I have of my grandparents like this.

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    1. Kathy - Me too. :-) I have so few of this set of grandparents--I think this is actually the only one I have of them like this.

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  4. How wonderful. Looking at old family photos always makes me feel so warm and fuzzy.

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    1. Tracy - It's funny how many people I know who saw this photo and thought it was a photo of my dad. He looked so much like his own father.

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  5. I was just visiting another blog with old family photos, it is so nice to see, bless them!

    Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net

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    1. Lainy - Little did they know what was in store for them when this was taken. LOL

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  6. I love that! What a great picture. So sweet.

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  7. Love this! I LOVE looking back at pictures from my grandparents' youth.

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    1. Trish - I do too. I want to do a family tree wall with old photos at some point, although so many of the photos are of varying sizes, I'm not sure yet how I'd swing it. I might have to give up the actual tree idea.

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    1. Jenclair - I see more of myself in my grandfather than I do my grandmother in that photo.

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  9. It's a lovely photograph. Thank you for sharing it.

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  10. I LOVE photos like this! Thanks for sharing. =)

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  11. Love, love looking at old pictures of our families - it's so great to see people that were always old to you as young people.

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