Because we had no desire to make it 5.
Mother and Father GRITS in 1952. The year we gave birth to June.
1964, the year I won the Pillsbury bake-off:
The happy couple in 1968, our 20th wedding anniversary:
1970, the year my first cookbook was published:
Ok, ok, those were totally fabricated. But the following, well, I’ll let you decide:
1984, who could hate the 80’s?
Here we are as seniors in high school. The year, 1986. The styles were totally happening. Anyone miss the perms, shoulder pads and sock ties?
Now, here we are the year we got married. We’ve changed a lot since 1996. I realized that blondes do not have more fun, and the hubby finally shook off the skater hairdo.
What about the GRITS kids? Well, they say styles come back around. So lets see what they will look like as the fads change:
So, if your weekend is a total washout thanks to tropical storm Fay, head on over to create your own family’s yearbook. Click on over to the website to begin the fun.
It’s easy as ABC, 123…….