The eldest gentleman in this picture is Fred Bayers, my father’s mother’s father. And his family.
My father’s mother’s mother is present as well. Let me not overlook the women.
My father is there and his two sisters. Their spouses and children are present.
My mother is there. My father’s mother and my grandfather and my grandmother’s siblings are present.
I am there. So is my little sister.
Look at all the love there. We need our families so much during this pandemic.
Sending love out.
All love comes back to me.
I hope it comes back to you too.
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I am home sick and it looks like it will be a long haul. Months. Sigh.
Anyhow, I am going through photos and found this. I do not know who took it, I don’t think it was me. I have my parents’ photos and they had my maternal grandparents’ photos, or at least it seems like it. Anyhow, I am floating in a sea of pictures.
I love this one. She is so happy.
Hope you are that happy now, sisty.
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I put the lights on my fence two days ago, for a friend who has cancer.
The neighborhood is probably puzzled. Heart and f? What does that mean? He fart?
Anyhow, I am thinking of her.
Now I need a timer, because I don’t like leaving it on all night and I currently fall asleep at 8 pm most of the time.