|Andy, My Mother (95 in July), Dad (we lost him two years before Andy) and Sister (Andy's mom, had a birthday Saturday)|
My sister loves that sort of ants building a pyramid crazy, I do not.
|Aunt Em and Elaine|
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Hoping to make more this year, Lydia.Delete
Y'all sure do it up right!ReplyDelete
We try, Brian, but then again so do you. Time to stretch out and brush my fur.Delete
Sweet poignant memories.... there are days when I like that kind of fun and days when I hate every minute of it. So much of that here in Camp Sunset for Seniors. (Say Cheese and stay happy).ReplyDelete
I'm hoping this will be a banner year because the cousin currently putting it together announced it could be our last. That would truly be sad, although it isn't the same without Aunt Ginny. I know what you mean about hating every minute of it, these old bones might be working out more but they still have something to say about too much walking and standing.Delete
Say Cheese! to you too, Sallie, hope the good weather holds down there.
I love Ireland. We was four Times there it was always a great pleasure.ReplyDelete
Wow, my Aunt Ginny must have been there dozens of times, I would love to go some day. Hope Brexit doesn't royally screw it up.Delete
Indeed... the Brexit is a new battle, we have to fight. We will see. I hope one day we drive again there to the fantastisc Emerald Ireland.Delete
...I read the information further on in the text about heroin. You have my compassion. Its sad. Sad to see and can't help...
Have a lovely time- regardless of the weather!ReplyDelete
You have to, Kathe, and there's always a shot of Jameson waiting at the end of the rainbow if it's cold.Delete
Nicce post and what nice memories I liked the photos too :-)ReplyDelete
Have a memorytastic week :-)
And you have a...take the spoon out of the cup!Delete
Wonderful memories of a very Happy St Patrick's Day, especially with loved ones now gone to their heavenly glory. I am half Irish so I'm all for celebrating!ReplyDelete
With a name like, "Pat" there was a good chance that you were!Delete
You reminded me of the John Belushi movie, "Continental Divide" with your last post. Maybe it's time to see it again, it never plays on TV.
Great memories, Happy St Patrick's Day!ReplyDelete
I hope we make some good ones this year, Karren, as it may be our last.Delete
Can I ask what happened to Andy...he looks so young and full of life. At least you have lots of memories.ReplyDelete
Andy got hooked on Oxy then heroin, Rose. He was doing well in rehab, but days after I saw him on Christmas he overdosed at home in the bathroom.Delete
The drug companies pushed Oxycontin and it was readily available until it was suddenly taken away, leaving so many kids to turn to heroin which was available and inexpensive. I can't even tell you how many of the kids on his soccer team died from the same thing. It's an epidemic that makes you want to beat the crap out of someone, but who?
I am so sorry...Delete
Such great memories!ReplyDelete
That was a good year, Tamar.Delete
Fun shots and good memories.ReplyDelete
Such lovely memories of St Patrick's Day!ReplyDelete
Happy Tuesday, Jeanna!
Photos remind us of so much more than just that moment in time. Hope you have another fun filled St Patrick's day in a few weeks time.ReplyDelete
Hello, The Paddy's day parade is a fun time. Great memories of photos of your family. Wishing you many more happy memories! Enjoy your day, wishing you a great week ahead.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. ♥
Awesome archive choice :)ReplyDelete
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Memories are the sweetest things. They bring back not just the "still" moment, but also every feeling and memory attached to that moment and the people involved. This is why I love photography so much.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your beautiful memories with us today and for linking up with us.ReplyDelete
Happy #ww and hope things work out better for you this week.
Such cool memories. Thanks for sharing them with us. Wishing you a more peaceful week.ReplyDelete
Hey Jeanna! Sweet memories. Sometimes I think it would be nice to be part of a big family. Hope all's well with you.ReplyDelete
Photos are a beautiful way to relive moments that are now sweet memories.ReplyDelete