Sunday, May 18, 2008

The first picture was taken in 1972. LPC was in red and I was in short green dress. The other picture was taken at her Mom's house yesterday.
LPC had come up from Macon, Ga. and I went to spend the day with her. I made her a blue folder of old pictures like the first ones. All were Seventy pictures. When she showed her brother, he said he wished his daughter could see them.
We covered every subject known to man and when I left I gave her a big hug and wished her a safe trip home, or rather back to Georgia. Tennessee is her home.
The Kitty Justice is to figure out a way to get even with Paul for taking her out of the state. Let's see sandbox and Paul might go together nicely.


Lady Di Tn said...

I even previewed this one and it looked fine and when I published it, Ken did it again. I must rain some KITTY JUSTICE ON HIM.

Small City Scenes said...

Sometimes I wish the seventies were back and sometimes I say to my seld--'What were you thinking'.

Mary said...

Lady Di,

I must get over to Mom's and get some of the old photos from her to copy. I want to take them and have them put on disc so I can upload them to my computer. I enjoy seeing old photos.

Ken is being difficult at times. I take it the HTML didn't work. I thought it might so it was worth a try.

Thanks for commenting on my violets and my new "look." Anni did a beautiful job.

Take care.

Merle said...

Dear Di ~~ Great photos ~ it's amazing where the years go and how we change. Glad you enjoyed the jokes and hope you remembered to tell the girls. We Aussies have always said "Have a cuppa." We are sort of laid back and casual. Thank you for always closing with "Peace." That is lovely. Peace for you too my friend.
Take care, Love, Merle.

Lady Di Tn said...

Yes, the seventies were great and all I would like was the physical endurance and shape I was back then. But the very same could apply to me "What was I thinking." But I survived just like the song. Peace

Lady Di Tn said...

Oh Mary
Please go and get those pictures as we out here in blog land would love to see them. Peace
PS I probably will not post today until I feel I can deal with Ken.

Lady Di Tn said...

Not only the years but the months weeks and minutes go as fast as a bullet train . But I do not wish to put the brakes on as I might hit a wall. I love your Aussie expressions. Peace