DAYS GONE BY

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This is Skipper. He was a stray that the city picked up and he somehow returned. My Dad then took him way out in the country and dumped him out. I about died! Guess who was at our house the next morning. Daddy said we could keep him. Ol’ happy day…I believe that is the first time I can remember God answering a prayer for ME.

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My Uncle I never knew. Killed in WWI

 

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My Dad loved to fish. This is Nona a family friend of ours who also loved to fish. I remember she always had red toenails.

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Band Camp, I was  always the smallest. I am way back there with the short hair by the teacher.

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This is Grandma’s house on my Mother’s side. Liked to find snails under the front porch and touch all the hens and chickens that grew in the rock wall in back. The pressure cooker use to SCARE me. LOL

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Grandma and Grandpa on my Dad’s side.  Grandpa was my favorite because Grandma was bossy.

 

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Mini bike we had when I was in High School

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My Mom and Dad during WWII

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Me High School

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Us and Puggy …he was happy to be my baby at the time.

Christmas prayer time

Always the mouth is open

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The famous macaroni salad  that Grandma  brought for get- togethers. WE still love it today.

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Grandpa always played with us.

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This is Tippy, my first dog. Some things never change.

 

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