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Christmas at My Grandma's
Posted On 12/02/2020 11:51:24 by Altara33606

This is a photo from 1955, at Grandma's. That's my great grandma Bertha on the left; Grandad is the one holding my baby cousin Judy (who now has grandkids of her own!).  My mom is just to the right of him; she was pregnant with my little sister Deb at the time. Grandma Alice took the photo. Oh, my dad is in front of the tree; my aunt & uncle are on the right. And me..I'm a bit blurry...next to my dad!


I really miss my grandparents!  Actually, I stayed with them a good bit of the time when I was little and Mom worked. And Grandma took care of me when I had my tonsils out. Now that Grandma is gone, we don't even go to my home town anymore. I sure miss the 'good old days' when all my grandparents--and my parents, who are now also gone--were all around.  


Family-with-Great-grandma-Bertha-Champion



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12/09/2020 12:53:30

Nice picture DIanne and nice memories.  Thanks for sharing



12/04/2020 01:27:19

Oh wow... lovely photo, and I'm sure some lovely memories that come with this image! Thank you for the shared memories; I love it!



12/04/2020 00:00:13

Christmas is the celebration of hope and of life itself.  Celebrate Christmas past, present, and those in the future.  How do you celebrate Christmas in the future?  Through the pictures you take now.  How I wish I still had the phots of Christmases of the past.  The ones in my mind still work.  Thank you for sharing yours.



12/03/2020 04:09:30

Beautiful photo. This is how I remember Christmas. It was a magical time every Christmas growing up.



12/02/2020 21:58:30

That is a great photo... and what a treasure to help you remember your grandparents. I remember very little about my grandparents... they were gone when I was still a child. I really had to learn how to be a grandparent when our grandchildren started to arrive. We are going miss them this Christmas because it would have been our turn to travel to their home. I'me sure that there will be some face time with them. We will still celebrate Christmas, even if it will be just husband and me.

One day at a time... is what we can do!





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