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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - A Moment in Time: Christmas 1961


Wordless (nearly) Wednesday
A Moment in Time: Christmas 1961



This is one of those photos where you might say: "What is your caption?" My daughter, Annette, kissing my uncle Buzzy is the focus, but look at her uncle Tom, to the left, Annette's great-grandparents back left, and, Bryan is crying...


Families are Forever!  ;-)

4 comments:

  1. Larry and I talked about the same things when we saw the photo. We loved the smile on Great Grandma Kinnick's face... and I bet it's one of the few photos I've seen with Great Grandpa Kinnick smiling!

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  2. Expressing 'real' emotions, for sure! ;-)

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  3. Wonderful photo! Photos from family gatherings are so special.

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  4. Yes, indeed. One of the reasons I'm being sure I scan ALL the slides I created over nearly 25 years... ;-)

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