Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Going Through Family Pictures


I'm pulling some that I think Don might like to have copies of. I found this one, and it kinda sums up how much I adored my big brother! Still do, for that matter! Except for all the pranks he used to pull on me. Still does, for that matter! Guess some things will never change!

13 comments:

JudyL said...

Vicky, that's such a cute picture. He'll be so thrilled to get the pictures you share with him.

Judy L.

Susan said...

What a great picture! I love looking through the old photographs - don't have very many since my mom died when I was young, but I have a few. They look so different from today's pics. Your brother will be so happy you are sharing.

Darlene - Dazed Quilter said...

Great picture to share with your brother!

Screen Door said...

I love the picture. Yall must be very close. Having the pictures will remind him that all is not lost.... It'll be a great gift.
Melanie

Karen said...

What a pair!

Passionate Quilter said...

Love that picture--and Don will too. It's great that you can find at least one picture for him. What a terrible loss for them.

cher said...

sweet photo-good that you can replace some of his photos.

Gail said...

That one deserves a frame, and maybe a note "my hero", its a great photo!

Doodlebug Gail said...

In the light of recent events I'm sure you're feeling very fortunate to be able to share these photo's with Don. Lovely picture.

Finn said...

What a wonderful picture Vicky!! And my goodness, do you two look alike or what??? So happy you have the ability to replace some of the lost pictures..that will mean alot to him/them, I'm sure..*VBS*
Can't help with why we keep what we keep, seems to be a sickness some of us have...like Tonya keeping 3/4" pieces..LOL

Love the purple "I bound it" quilt. Very nice and such a happy quilt..I think it would be a great play project, and a stash buster. Hugs, Finn

Bonnie said...

Great picture! There is nothing like having an older brother.

Linda_J said...

Good shot of the two of you. I know you are trying to find some replacements to share since they lost their home.

I don't think brothers ever change, no matter how old you both get. I was reminded of that again when visiting with my own family the past few days. The youngest one is still the orneriest but boy, did we laugh.

Judy said...

He will be thrilled with any of them that you share!