The crows seemed to be calling his name, thought Caw.
Hello Eve Great to see you back.I saw on Dee's blog you said you've been in the hospital?Sure hope things are lots better for ya now. We all misssed ya sweetie! BTW I ove all these old photos. The old house reminded me of my own house where I was born. A littel bigger it was but had the same kind of outer material and tin roof. Anyways dear glad tohave ya back!"HUGS"
This was really good, Eve.
Never been to Canada, but still I remember some of those things in my own life.And I dug that old video/song too. It sounded like something that belonged in a classic movie musical like "Oklahoma!" or sumpin' similiar but out Canada-way. [Did you ever see the couple of photos I posted on my blog of me wearing my hippie threads in the late '60s? Gah!] ~ D-FensDogg'Loyal American Underground'
Hi Cap! The old house in the pic is actually our old cottage in Trenton, Ontario. That's me and my brother sitting in front. Thanks for your words...I haven't been the best lately, but I feel positive I'll be better. Hope you're doing great! Thanks Shelly! I appreciate that.Hey Stephen! I was so glad when I found the old Ontario song on youtube...when we sang it in school the lyrics were changed to 'give us a place to learn, and a place to grow.....' it does sound kind of like it belongs in a Tommy Tune production doesn't it?
Cute story about a charmed life. Is that smart looking young lady your mom?
Hey Eve! I'm glad that's how you saw it :)..the woman in the last photo is my grandmother. It was taken around 1917, when she was about 16 years old.
I loved this post! Great old photos and wonderful memories...Thanks for sharing it all.
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