Friday, December 9, 2011

Winter in the sixties in Manchester..



14 comments:

  1. Heartbreaking photo, in far too many ways..

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  2. I tried the link to your sister's memorial picture from the side panel, Jane, but it would not let me see it. I had wanted to compare your sister then with later.

    As Andy Connell above suggests, it is a 'heartbreaking photo in far too many ways'.

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  3. oh god jane. the plaid. the little red legs. i love this; too poignant for words.

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  4. well Andy to us you were one of the family and we love you ...

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  5. thanks for letting me know Elisabeth will fix that. Yes I love the photo.. sadly the dog in the shot Lassie got run over by a car outside that house. Same house as the guinea pigs. Bad animal karma at that house :(

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  6. Susan, yep.. wonder what dad said to Pam to cause that delightfully cute gesture? It gets you thinking on all levels as Andy suggests..

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  7. Man, I thought I was an awkward snowman maker.
    You guys beat me there. ~Mary

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  8. ha ha.. yes what a lump.. he looks like he came from the planet Zorb! :)

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  9. Tall snowman. How did such little girls get it that high?

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  10. good question Kirk! if only I could remember there's something fishy goin on if you ask me.. :)

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  11. What a fab picture, that snowman's huge! x

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  12. Hi Vix! Well the snowman IS English.. A big handsome Englishman..were these little girls planning ahead? xo

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  13. My first attention went to those little red legs. That must be your sister. What a delightful snow-making day that must have been. You are all striking a pose, not just the usual "say cheese." It's delightful that you each have added your own special personality.

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  14. thanks so much for stopping by M.. it's fun isn't it how we are posing. I think I look way too old pose wize! ha! xo

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