Throwback Thursday

My brother and me circa 1959 standing outside my grandparents' back door.

My brother and me circa 1959 standing outside my grandparents’ back door.

This was taken shortly after we moved back into my grandparents’ home where we stayed until my dad got his degree in Bible. We moved from the prairie of SE Colorado to just outside of Philadelphia – the city that my dad called The City of Brotherly Shove. When we left this house, I was four and an only child. In this picture I was about seven and had a baby brother. It doesn’t take long for things to change!

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17 comments

  1. What an awesome picture! The city of brotherly shove, that’s fantastic.

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    1. Thanks, Professorish person. We don’t look like that anymore. ;)

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      1. It would be boring if you stayed like that forever!

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        1. I’m already old and boring. ;)

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          1. The professor disagrees! I’m age itself!

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            1. Now I have to figure out which side of you wrote that: the sweet professor or the wicked one. :)

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              1. Rats! I wasn’t aware that it was known I had two sides.

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                1. I am fairly certain that there are more than two.

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                    1. Well, then.

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  2. Matching cheeky little faces in that pic! ;)

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    1. Long, long ago. :)

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  3. Great, great photo! Love it, S.

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    1. Thanks, DR.

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  4. Aww, so sweet! <3

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    1. Thank you!

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