Sharing a few pictures of days gone by and Christmas past. I sure do miss the innocence of childhood and family gone. It is nice sometimes to sit and look back and remember.
I hope the younger family members will be able to do the same someday and remember their Auntie fondly.
Me and Santa
My sis Linda and I on Christmas morning. Sure can tell it was the 50's can't you? I miss her.
I remember those days with love. I know not everyone had "good old days" - and I am sorry for that. I have been blessed in life with a wonderful family and lots of wonderful memories.
Todays prayer in the paper:
"O God, bless all for whom the holidays bring no joy. Comfort the mourners; free the depressed; shelter the homeless; and protect our soldiers overseas. Amen"
Sweet memories and lovely photos! Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
Thank you! Merry ChristmasDelete
The decor looks so familiar—like the home I grew up in. Thanks for the memories. Have a blessed Christmas 🎄 and new year!ReplyDelete
I think we all had the same decor in the 50's!!!! What a time it was! Thank you and a wonderful holiday to you.Delete
Love your photos! We did have good Christmas's too!ReplyDelete
I love it. Times were so different back in the day. Life was good.Delete
What wonderful memories for you. Love all the tinsel on the trees.ReplyDelete
Tinsel was a MUST! One/two strands at a time!!!! LOLDelete
I would love that look again.
I love your pictures. I spent the afternoon going through pictures from Christmas of years past to share with my children and grands. It was so much fun looking back.ReplyDelete
It is and such wonderful memories. I just love looking at how young everyone was and at all the styles and decorating.Delete
Your children and grands will love it!
What lovely photos you shared with us. They make me nostalgic for my good old days. Some were better than others, but overall my memories are good ones.ReplyDelete
Sure we all had some difficult days - but overall mine were good. I thought all might like a look to the past!Delete
Exactly! Thank youDelete
Love looking at old photos, so many happy memories, The top photo with your big brother is so cute. Our DIL messaged us a lovely photo of our youngest granddaughter this morning. No meeting up with our 2 sons and families this year.ReplyDelete
Christmas blessings from the UK.
Thank you - my Navy man was my hero when I was little. I also thought I could 'marry' him someday!!!! LOLDelete
So happy you got the special photo. Times like these makes one love technology.
Christmas blessings to you. Stay well.
Sweet pictures, sweet memories.ReplyDelete
Thanks you. My heart!Delete
Merry Christmas to you, Cheryl---loved the photos...like someone else said, they look like all our homes growing up! (I am 73). You were the baby of the family it appears...I was the oldest. Thanks for all you do...JaneReplyDelete
Yes mam, I was the baby of 6. 10 1/2 years between me and the next - OOPS!Delete
I think we surely all had some of the same furnishings!
Merry Christmas and thank you.
Love those! They make me wanna pull out all my mom's pictures from when she was a newlywed in the late 50s!!ReplyDelete
I loved my childhood, but I always enjoy seeing all the pics from the 50's and 60's. Such a different time.Delete
Pull out those pics and look at them - you should.
I was the baby to. 13 and 16 years older. I might have been a bit spoiled. So happy we have photographs to remind us of the wonderful times we had. Happy memories to you and a nice Christmas.ReplyDelete
Being the baby after5 others and 10 1/2 years was like being an only child at times. Yep, just a little spoiled!Delete
Have a wonderful holiday!
Dee-lightful pictures of sweet🍭 times, Cheryl. Merry Christmas🎄ReplyDelete
Thank you. Hope you had a Merry ChristmasDelete
I have got to remember to come back on the computer where I can see these better.ReplyDelete
They are just fun memories for me. Memories of good days.Delete