Oct 19, 2019
I’m not doing a HOW TO post today. I’ve got stuff for it, but it’s just not ready. So, instead, I’m doing memories. This one will be 2010. I was going through photos, trying to figure out what to post, and came across these photos.
I’m still working on the rest of the photos. So, here are a few of the memories I have to share with you…
Hope you enjoy!
Somewhere in Pennsylvania… during this time we were cemetery hopping with my dad – trying to find old graves of family. We found some, but it took us a couple of years and a lot of photos.
My dad’s family settled in Pennsylvania. Some came from France (DeVore), Germany (Shaffer/Divelbiss), England (Mason), and Wales (Morris), among other places if you go back far enough.
You will see pics of tombstones, especially ones that I found interesting. Like the one below…
Of course, I don’t have any info about them… I just found them interesting. And sad. If my memory serves, they were siblings.
We did a lot of traveling back then.
On this trip…there were a lot of jelly fish. So we didn’t do a lot of swimming. My sister and I both got stung, my son didn’t. It was still fun!
If you would like to see the story about the ponies taking our spot on the beach, click here. It was quite an experience! If I can find some other photos worth sharing, I will.
I was attending Shepherd University in West Virginia at this time. I headed out, like I normally would…it took me an hour to go maybe two miles. Everywhere I went, the roads were either too treacherous or blocked by accidents. (I wouldn’t have even tried to go to school that day, but I had a portfolio due.) I walked back in the door and my dad asked me what I was doing home. So, I told him about the roads and called my professor. By this time, my professors knew I commuted to school and stated (often) that they would rather have us safe.
This photo is looking towards Frederick, MD – Middletown is behind me.
So, that’s what I have for now and there will be more to come!
Hope you enjoyed!
Have a great day!
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“The best thing about memories is making them.”
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