Update! I have reconnected with Kathryn by email! Over 50 years later it is my hope that we will get to know one another again. 🌞 The Fall of 1969 my family moved to Kirtlington, Oxfordshire, England for a year. My Dad began a sabbatical and I was immersed in the life of an EnglishContinue reading “Scanning The Past No. 2: Remembering Headington”
Tag Archives: Nostalgia
Tearing It Down
The old garage/ shed will soon be gone- after 20 years of meditating on its fate. I thought it would be nice to create a tribute to the structure that was used as a backdrop for ‘rustic’ senior photos- and other photography; and as a repository for a multitude of things- but never a car.
Weekly Photo Challenge: (happy) Nostalgia
I thought about the idea of ‘ nostalgia ‘ most of the day today. There is great joy in the memory- and the knowledge that weathering the emotional storms allows me to look at the photograph with love. Dad, Thea (just turned 40) and Andrew (also a 40 something…) at the North Lake Adirondack cabin on anContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: (happy) Nostalgia”
Chanel No. 5, Mother, and Mark’s birthday
My mother wore Chanel No 5 all her life. I recall, as a kid, wondering why anyone would splash on toilet water! Gross! I could never figure out how something that smelled so lovely had such a dumb name. Yesterday, while looking for something to wear to yet another job interview, I was inexplicably drawnContinue reading “Chanel No. 5, Mother, and Mark’s birthday”
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