And I don’t mean in decorating!
Thought I’d take you on a trip to the past…follow me through my growing up years and right on into today!
I was organizing my folders on my computer and putting some files that are huge with photos and documents from family genealogy onto CD’s– and for safe keeping and when I got to my family I thought what a fun idea to put me growing up…wish I had more in-between photos but what you see is what you get.
And NO giggling!!! Not Allowed!
I was born July 10, 1944 to the name Karen Sue…supposed to be named Lindy Lou..OMGosh can you imagine…lol
Mom said she was so out of it from the medication that she blurted out Karen Sue…OH THANK YOU MOTHER!!!
Let’s move on up…this is getting too repetitive!
Growing up a bit…age 9…the sweater I’m wearing is a funny story…it was my mothers – but it was pure wool…she washed it and then it was mine! lol And I just loved it so – I had to wear it for school pictures.
Age 10 Mom took me to the Carnival this day and we each had our picture taken in the photo booth. Always remember this day!
If only I had known then that I’d only have my mother with me for just a few more years.
Well here’s where the really short hair comes in and stays for almost the rest of my life – hated those curls!
It grows out a bit here and there but always I go back to short somewhere along the line.
OMgosh I just found this one – it was in my sisters ‘picture’ folder….tooo funny
No I’m thinking I’ve got a problem here…it might not be mom making me do this hands thing and looking down….
I just might be praying that someone would stop taking pictures of me!
My gosh it just keeps getting worse!
Okay now we’re on into high school…this one was just before I turned 16 – went up north to visit a friend for a week and there were mosquitoes everywhere…wouldn’t ya know she snapped the photo just when one bit!
On into adulthood…getting bored????
It’s almost over…
This is 1994
Sister, brother, me
2010! And you know the rest of the story!
So how about you all showing us a blast from the past!
I’d love to have you join me
Hope you enjoyed my trip down memory lane.