Day 22, November posting challenge. One more week and one day to go! Then I can go back to being a lazy two or three posts a week blogger.
This large bulletin board hangs on the inner wall of Hubby’s and my office. On it are random snapshots of not only family members around the world, but people we’ve known all around this country as well. It’s small here, but by clicking on the picture you can make it large enough to distinguish individual photos. I think you can click again and it’ll get even bigger (works on this end anyway). Do let me know if you have problems with it. If I can I’ll fix it.
It’s pretty busy as you can see, but it’s also encumbered from time to time with pamphlets of upcoming activities (upper left hand corner) which are removed eventually. I shan’t ever remove the two handmade valentines Hubby was forced to make romantically inclined to make for me in Marta’s Spanish classes the past two years (they’re exactly alike with a message hand-penned in Spanish inside) lest I forget the ends to which he’ll go to keep me happy.
The tiny little weaving is one Hubby made 30 or 35 years ago in our more hippyish years. I’m there on the upper left with Groucho-ish glasses and nose that hangs over my mouth. Mama’s there several times as is Grandma, plus several nieces and nephews in Florida and India, there’s the grandkids, plus several faces of people no longer living. Chances are good, if you’ve ever encountered us over the past 50 years or so, you’re there too. (Eiko in California, Silver in Oklahoma, Jan & Joan & Nina & Cathey & Kathy in Ohio, Bob & Pat & Adrienne in Las Vegas, you’re all there!) So click to make it large enough to see, or get out your magnifying glass if you have to, I hope you’ll come up with your own memories of days gone by but not forgotten.
If you don’t see yourself here and you’re a friend of mine (if only virtually through blogging) just email me and arrange a way to send me your picture to add here. If I run out of room, I’ll just begin another memory board. Memories start right here.