old photos –

I agreed to contribute some old photos to a project and then had to dig through our photo cupboard in an attempt to locate anything appropriate.

I found pictures of the kids –

The Eldest - 1982

The Eldest - 1981

Ms Soprano - 1989

Ms Soprano - 1989

the Mole - 1993

the Mole - 1993

and finally

Ms Copper - 1993

Ms Copper - 1993

the last two were taken the day after Ms Copper joined the family as far as I can tell.

I found no early pictures of me in uniform (which was the original request). In fact, the earliest I can find dates from about 1982-83

fall 1982?

fall 1982?

In fact, I have few pictures of me from anytime. Mostly there are pictures of the kids, scenery and the occasional shot of a house where we lived.

And knitting, one can not ignore the knitting and weaving. I might post a few old pictures of those over the next few days.

Meanwhile, I am making progress on this project.



Believe it or not, the dark heavy stripes are three ridges (6 rows) wide and the white ones only two ridges (4 rows) wide. Up close, it didn’t quite look like the illustration, but the photo matches really well.


Listened to Mercedes Lackey – Valdemar Foundation then moved on to Kelley Armstrong – Women of the Otherworld (book 9)- Living with the Dead.

This week is the annual Medical Service Corps Officers conference in Garmisch. I am an “invited speaker.”  The bus leaves at 0730 in the morning and I return on Friday.  I know that there is Internet at the Library but probably limited opportunity to upload photos.  Hopefully I won’t be completely email and blogless for the week.

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2 Responses to old photos –

  1. Ruth says:

    Love the archive. Very fun, indeed.

  2. ruth says:

    What is that fascinating sweater going to be? I’m so intrigued.

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