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Thread: Getting to know me

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    Senior Member rdupuis's Avatar
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    I am so proud of my family, I want to share it with everyone. These are a few pictures that I Love going back to see. As I get older each year, the past years captured on film become more impartant to me than what is happening daily. This is really what you all hear refered to, as the GOOD OLD DAYS. You have to have lived them to be able to recall them. When you are as old as I am you will also know just what I am talking about. I am happy to travel back in time, to each moment in my life , that these pictures carry me to. These photos of my family were taken on an Easter Sunday before going to Mass. As always, Two of the boys were not around , when it was time to take the picture. AHHH well
    Dick

    My wife Jo anne and I and Ricky
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    The kids on Easter Sunday
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    My youngest Daughter Jodi
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    Nini
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    Mandy
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    Papa with 11 of my 18 Grand kids at that time, See the smile on that old mans face, Job well done, lol
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    Super Member Grama Lehr's Avatar
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    Lovely family, you are one proud Papa!!

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    very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    Lovely family, you are one proud Papa!!
    I'll bet you know just what I meen.
    Dick

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    Beautiful family! I have a passion for old photos. We have a couple of portraits that hung in Grandma and Grandpa's house all our lives. We referred to them as Pinkney and Matilda thinking that they were grandpas parents. He never corrected us for some reason. Grandpa died in 75, grandma in 87. Somewhere around 2000 I decided to do some research on family history and found an old tin type of the woman in the picture. Sure enough it had great grandma's name on the back. The only problem was that the woman on the tin type was missing the lower part of one of her arms. It wasn't Matilda at all, it was a picture of her mother, Fanny.

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    I remember dresses like that - getting all dressed up for Easter. Great memories. Thanks for sharing a bit of your family with us.

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    They are all beautiful!!You should be a very proud Papa!!! :D :D :D

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    I enjoyed hearing you responce and your note.
    Dick


    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Beautiful family! I have a passion for old photos. We have a couple of portraits that hung in Grandma and Grandpa's house all our lives. We referred to them as Pinkney and Matilda thinking that they were grandpas parents. He never corrected us for some reason. Grandpa died in 75, grandma in 87. Somewhere around 2000 I decided to do some research on family history and found an old tin type of the woman in the picture. Sure enough it had great grandma's name on the back. The only problem was that the woman on the tin type was missing the lower part of one of her arms. It wasn't Matilda at all, it was a picture of her mother, Fanny.

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    You have a beautiful family!

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    You have a beautiful family Dick! thanks for sharing them with us!

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