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Winters Past

December 10, 2010

February, 1965

February, 1965: Standing next to the smoke tree my dad planted in front of the house; it grew up with me but eventually died and had to be cut down.

February, 1965

Pulling my sled back up the hill that our house was on. There was a road at the bottom of the hill and another one alongside it, but there wasn’t much traffic on them when I was young. And besides, there were ditches alongside the roads to catch wayward children before they slid or rolled out onto the pavement.


By the next winter, I had a brother. He was much smaller than the smoke tree and not allowed to join me on the sled.



On this date in 2009: Copy ‘n’ Think ‘n’ Share, in which I did a meme.

2008: Not Quite OCD, in which I compared myself to Detective Monk.

2007: WDW, Part One, in which I recapped two days at Mickey’s house in Florida.

2006: Just Another Bummed Out Sunday, in which I looked at my to do list and got depressed.

2005: Tastes of the Season, in which I explained Grandma Salad.

2004: No entry.

2003: It’s the Pants, in which I fit into the pants that make me look skinny.

2002: I’m Back, in which I returned from a ski trip.

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One Comment
  1. lisa-marie Says:

    Love this! Thos are adorable pictures. Pity about the smoke tree – it had a lovely shape!

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