November 23, 2011

23 Patience




Lenora and Lessa looking not quite joyful to pose once again for their father. 1971?


I’m being very sentimental this holiday of Thanksgiving…tho not very patient. It’s exciting to find pictures I didn’t know existed while I bore myself with the endlessness of scan, crop, scan, crop. The patience to run these old pictures through my Blather gifted scanner gives me a look at my kids I’d not seen before. I’m so thankful to have these imagess, and doubly thankful to have both my children alive after their more than tumultuous teen years.

9 comments:

  1. They are absolutely stunning! And so are you, my dear.

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  2. I can see how very different their personalities were and probably are and I am so thankful that they survived. What precious women! Have a pleasant Thanksgiving.

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  3. It's a wonderful image.. two lovely faces. I wish you and yours a beautiful Thanksgiving.

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  4. I find it extremely difficult to look at old photos, although I do from time to time. I get so sad. The girls look like real girls, not Barbie pinups. Great photo. Dianne

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  5. The one on the left looks like you! Lovely pic!

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  6. Nothing is better than old photos....the memories come back with them too.

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  7. That's a very professional looking portrait! Black and white has a way of saying more than color somehow. Have a lovely day--eating out should help--no dishes to wash and kitchen to clean!

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  8. This is a wonderful photo-not the standard pose, and it seems to show their personalities a bit.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  9. This is really a gorgeous photo! I love the expressions on the girls. They are both so very beautiful.

    Sigh... I need to get back to my scanning project also.

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