This meme is hosted by Tim at Fort Thompson. Each week we look at our older post and re-post one that we think is a keeper. However for this week Tim thought he would post some photo of Days Gone By. I though I would join him and give you a scrapbook look at My Days of Old.
My older brother and me, I think this was around 1955. My older brother really loved me and he consider himself my protector.
Above photo, Yes my 4th birthday. I know from the hat. See the cake I really loved it! One brother very excited about the cake and one about the present. It was probably from him.
Photo Below: Christmas time 1957 Older Brother and I with Mom. Oh yeah there's that look of surprise! I just wish I knew why. I really cherish this photo. It comes out every Christmas. We were living in Virginia at this time.
Another brother added to the picture. This one likes to tease me a lot. He was very competitive and still is. Remember the Bowling post on my Living Healthy site? This is him, the little one! I believe we were living in Ohio during this time around summer 1960.
I was 6 years old here. This was a school photo. First grade, before I got my hair cut in the previous photo.
Remember the post about the Family's trip out west in the late 1960. Here I am diving in the pool at Las Vegas. Yes here is when I got way too much sun. My brothers on the side of the pool hanging on and watching.
Another brother added to our photo. This is of my family taken 1968 in New York.
This now complete the family. All six of us.
1971 Graduation Party in New York. I was 16 and feeling great. College bound, Remember that post? Yes I did advance 2 grades. So Young yet I thought old enough to be on my own! What did I know I was only a teen.
Oh yeah my Army years. Time 1974 at Basic training. Boy was I crazy. Short hair because it could not be on the collar. Can't remember what the pose was for, but that was my crazy side.
Now that complete my photo album down Memory Lane. Mom is the only one not here today and I miss her greatly. My brothers still like to tease me and my Dad is now full of wisdom, which I might add I love to listen to. I'm still a little....okay a lot crazy, but I really enjoyed my early years.
Links to the stories already told: Family trip out west, fun times out west, Brother and bowling, ,College years,