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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Those Places Thursday - Schenectady, New York home


Those Places Thursday - Schenectady, New York home


As mentioned in Shared Memories, last Sunday, our next stop was Schenectady, New York, at the time the headquarters of the GE Traveling Auditors of which I was becoming a part.


We were fortunate to find a nice split-level home that served us well through the coming, often difficult, year. Annette has many memories of walking to school and playing with friends in the neighborhood. Allison wanted to go everywhere, too, but we needed to be careful - she was still very young. I spent a lot of time on the road, of course. And, did I mention, Nancy was very pregnant… More on Sunday, in our next Sharing Memories.

Just remember how to find this one of my Mom, Eileen, in front of the house, Mar 1969:


The girls shared a big bed room over the garage!


Families are Forever!  ;-)

5 comments:

  1. That's a tiny photo, can you upload a larger one? Thanks!

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  2. Oh..those chipmonk cheeks of mine...LOL

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  3. This is the house the we have the room that was like an attic room?? had the peaked ceiling? and we SHARED the room..notice we never did THAT again!! LOL

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  4. We stacked stuff in the middle to keep you separated... ;-)

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