The bond between brothers begins with a simple conversation. This photo is a particular favorite of mine. I love the willingness to share, the reluctant willingness to receive and the help that is being given by the sharer’s mouth. This
What a dilemma we have created for ourselves with the advent of wonderful and affordable cameras. Now, rather than searching for even one ancestral photograph, our posterity will not know where to begin because of the number of photographs available
Five little books for five wonderful people. After our 50th anniversary dinner, I gave each of our five children a little book. Each contains at least 50 photographs of each one of them as parents, interacting with their children.
Grandpa’s Christmas gift is a very, personal book. It contains 100 of my favorite photographs of him interacting with various grandchildren, as seen through my eyes. He is an involved Grandpa and is always teaching something although the children
Clara’s little book came from my little heart. It contains some of my favorite photographs of Clara which I have taken over the years. Some of the photographs are presented with an overlay and all have a little prose-poem of
journal entry: How about more? I asked George what he was doing? He asked me why I couldn’t tell. I admitted that I hadn’t been looking closely enough. Then I made amends by saying that “George is a robber
journal entry: It is impossible to compile and research family history without falling in love with cemeteries. Especially those where ancestors sleep. We discovered the burial places of many ancestors only recently. We discovered this mountain-top cemetery named Pleasant Green
journal entry: Oh, how I wish that I had been able to have a camera like I do today when my children were small. Think of all the faces and stages and special moments I could have recorded.
journal entry: I love to take photographs of my grandchildren but what about their parents? Seldom are they all together. Today there were four. Just missing one. Wish he was here.You can see their kindness and goodness
journal entry: It seems that people have long underestimated the importance of “funeral” photography. As my interest in Family History has deepened, I have developed a great appreciation for it. The death of those we love often brings together more