|Where is this? Is it the Puzey farm?|
The post today is just some random photos from the Puzey family scans. And I have a lot of questions about them.
I have 12 other posts partially drafted but many are waiting for me to get my own Christmas decorating and other activities underway. I'm hoping to take care of the tree Wednesday. Here are a couple of pictures of trees but I'm not 100% sure about them.
As for this first picture, I don't know where this linoleum and border stenciling was. I wonder if it was the Puzey house before the bookshelves were added. I really have no idea.
|Christmas at the Toone's|
I love this picture of the the presents under the tree on a Christmas morning. Who was the dolly and the bassinet for? How about the tricycle? I think it is the Toone home because of the location of the piano but I can't be sure.
|Grandpa,me and Michael.|
Grandpa Fred with his first two grandchildren. I look positively bored in this one. Michael looks so sweet. This is our Brentwood home - with the Rocky Mountain mural on the wall. I remember that chair had very scratchy fabric.
|A family portrait. 1972?|
Where were these two pictures taken? A church building but I can't tell. For some reason I think it was Claresholm but I don't really remember going there for Christmas dinners.
|I need a good caption for this one. Anyone?|
Same corner as above. I took this one of my crazy cousins and sister. I thought this was an awesome skirt Janelle was wearing. Fun!
I was looking through some old photo albums tonight for a particular picture and I made another discovery I'll share in a future post. A mystery has been solved!
Tonight, I had a lovely dinner this evening with my aunt and uncle, shared some family history stories and pictures from my recent trip to the UK. I realized I never carry my camera anymore because it is too bulky and I don't use my camera phone because I typically have no room to take any photos with it. I am missing out on photo opportunities all around me. I was able to check out Aunt Sandy's advent calendar and discovered what the missing ornaments on my calendar ought to be. A bird, two fish and another small tree. Hooray! I copied a template of the shape of these and will make them in felt and add them to my calendar. The meal was yummy, and it was very cozy sitting by the tree with the fireplace going. My fireplace DVD is a sad imitation.
So today's musical interlude is actually a lengthy one. It is TWO HOURS of Christmas classics accompanying a fireplace video. Put this on full screen and maybe you will feel toasty warm as you enjoy the fire's digital glow.