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Old Family Photos

One of the things I've been working on (besides shopping and getting ready for our little party on Christmas Eve, is playing around with some of Dave's family photos.


Dave playing in the snow. He was 12.


Linda and Marion are Dave's aunts. This is a picture at his Uncle Bud's wedding...I believe his mom said she was taking the photo.


Diane at camp. I think this picture is a hoot, because...well, check out her pants!


This is Dave's Dad, Jack. Enjoying reading, one of his all time favorite activities.


Dave and Earl. Earl is Dave's cousin...and his BFF. (of course he would never describe it that way, but all us women...we know.) He is the cousin that we always go hiking with. I laugh out loud every time I see this shot of Earl, because his "stance" ... just describes him in a nutshell, even today.


Dave clad in T-Ball armour. In this shot, he needs to grow into his feet, don't you think?

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Pam said…
What a fun trip down memory lane. They may be your photos, but my own memories pop up! (And I do believe I owned some wild and crazy pants just like those!)

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