George wants to share this elegant story with you! A Red Marble Elaine Williams Suring the waning years of the depression in a small south-eastern Idaho community, I used to stop by Mr. Miller’s roadside stand for farm-fresh produce as … Continue reading
This YouTube video has been requested to be embedded: The Original is from an Irish folk singer named Pat Cooksey
A reminder to treat, Those who have loved, Those who rise above us, With love, tenderness and sweets! Happy Father’s (Dad’s) Day to all!
You are invited to attend the High School graduation celebration for Phil Swanson, on JUNE 26th, 2011 at 1PM to ?? here at our home in Stratham, NH. I will be grilling rain or shine! Bring your favorite dish or … Continue reading
Caroline Joyce (Safstrom) Jaillet, a first cousin to the siblings (Her mother was Agnes Mattson, Lydia‘s Sister) has today sent in some photos she scanned that date to circa 1930’s. Please enjoy these and thank you very much, Carol!
Yesterday afternoon, Christina and Isabeau (Gary Jr.’s fiancé – oh did I let that slip?) visited and we went for a short trip to the local supermarket. On the way, we came across a pedestrian. The turtle was very slowly … Continue reading
We recently received some images from Rune Boström…they are below. He was asked to help identify some photo’s by FAB (aka Aunt Betty). Rune has been amazing in his help! Thanks! There are many more that will be included here … Continue reading
While I take great pride in blooming German Bearded Iris’, I also have some others. They are certainly of the Bearded Iris group, although I am not sure the full accepted name… They are a striking walk up to their … Continue reading
A series of powerful storms raged through New England yesterday producing many tornadoes. The worst of the damage was in an area from Westfield westward. This is the worst tornado activity this area has witnessed since the infamous Worcester Tornado … Continue reading
Here is another great photo Betty sent in. It’s (L to R) Ingrid, Philip with Arlene on his lap, George, Phil and Ed), the 5 oldest siblings. The picture is circa 1941 or 1942. Hope we get more of these.