This Saturday is my mother's 74th birthday. On Thursday, I shared her beautiful baby book for Vintage Thingie Thursday and today I am going to share some baby and childhood pictures.
I love this picture of my mother with my Grandpa George. It was taken on the porch of the farmhouse in North Hatley, Quebec where my grandmother was born. When this picture was taken my great uncle, Kenneth Dean, was running the farm. Today it is still in the family, run by Kenneth's grandson, Neal, and his family.
This is one of my favorite family photos. This is my gradmother and mother and it was taken for my grandfather. It is wrinkled and torn and much loved as he carried it with him overseas during World War II.
If you are reading this post before mid-week when I plan to change it to a spring photo, you can see another picture of my Mum in my header.
OK, don't forget to join the party here for photographic history.
PS - As to the promised craft post; I tried, I really did. There was just no mojo. It was something of a disaster in there, it was ugly, but at least no one got hurt. I'm heading back in there after "Who Do You Think You Are?". Good, bad, or ugly, I'll show the results on Sunday.