*Happy Dance* The ‘Fro is back this week!!
This week I bring to you two photos I found while going through a drawer. Which clearly fits into the carnival guidelines, because these photos have never graced the pages of a scrapbook!
I am still amazed how a complete memory comes back to me when I look at one photo. Yet, I can’t tell you what I had for breakfast this morning.
These photos were taken when I was in high school. We were visiting my dad for Christmas and, as usual, went to Yaya’s house for a visit.
At Yaya’s house was her dear helper, Rose. Who also spent significant amounts of time helping out my mom at our house when my siblings and I were very young. She and my mom watched As the World Turns together!
We had moved to another city and hadn’t seen Rose in a few years. And since she was special to us, we wanted to get a photo of all of us together.
I would bet $20 these photos were taken with my handy dandy Disc Camera—go ahead, admit it, you had one too.
The only person left to take the pictures was Yaya. I gave her the quick rundown of the camera and my siblings and I gathered around Rose for the photo.
Everyone was smiling and before it was too late, the first photo was taken:
Ummm, yea. Notice I am talking.
Because Yaya was holding the camera in front of her body and not up to her eye to see what she was taking a photo of.
I tried to interject that she needed to actually look through the viewer.
And before we knew it, she took one more photo:
And then she was done. She handed my camera back to me and that was it.
I think she took two great photos of Rose!
Too bad she cut off my sisters’ heads. And my brother was also in the photo….well, not really. His short little self was probably standing right in front of me and Rose, if I had to guess his location.
Based on her photo taking skills, Yaya was well ahead of her time for taking photos with a digital camera.
Do you have photos like these that have never made it into a scrapbook?! Well, get them out and join in the fun!
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