Tag Archive: memorabilia

Photo Challenge : Historical

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If you want to participate, here’s the link with all 52 photo challenges for the year: Wild Daffodil “Historical” to one generation is “A few years ago” to another.   A person who… Continue reading

Birthday Special: My life in a 15-picture nutshell

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  Well…I’m 66 this year.  I know! I don’t look a day over 35!  In case you missed the post about my avatar, I will repeat: This is how I see my daughter.… Continue reading

Hugh’s Weekly #Photo Challenge: Week 27 – ‘Vintage’

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  1.Vintage is in the mind of the be-older. Photograph a vintage item?  There are so many in my house, I don’t know where to begin.  I was doing my once-a-year cleaning the… Continue reading

Memories

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Today’s collection is the future trigger for sweetest memories.

THE IRISH IN ME (part 5)

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I love Green.  I just don’t like mean drunks.  Since it’s St. Patrick’s Day,  I want to dispel the myth of the “happy Irish drunk” and show how it affected the lives of… Continue reading

THE IRISH IN ME (part 4)

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During our childhood, my mother, Alberta LeGendre, spent a lot of time keeping her 2 daughters far away from the Irish part of our heritage (with the exception of Aunt Mary).  And with… Continue reading

THE IRISH IN ME (part 2)

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During our childhood, my mother, Alberta LeGendre, spent a lot of time keeping her 2 daughters far away from the Irish part of our heritage (with the exception of Aunt Mary). And with… Continue reading

The Irish in me…

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During our childhood, my mother, Alberta LeGendre, spent a lot of time keeping her 2 daughters far away from the Irish part of our heritage (with the exception of Aunt Mary).  Mom’s family… Continue reading

ANCESTRY: The LeGendre’s of Arkansas (9)

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For new readers, these are my mother’s notes. They’re retyped with all the errors and with her punctuation. Her memoirs were the gift she left my sister and me in 1992. Alberta LeGendre… Continue reading

ANCESTRY: The LeGendre’s of Arkansas (8)

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For new readers, these are my mothers notes. They’re retyped with all the errors and with her punctuation.  Her memoirs were the gift she left my sister and me in 1992. She passed… Continue reading