Thursday, October 7, 2010

ALOHA FRIDAY PHOTO FLASHBACK.FRIDAY FOLLOW 40 & OVER!

Alicia at More than Words started "Friday Photo Flashback" .   I'm having a blast & you can too so  join us!  Dig out the ol' photo album, and put your scanner ON! Don't forget to sign her Linky so we can all visit and comment on each others blogs!   IT'S GREAT FUN!   You'll love walking down memory lane - just as I do!
 This one is my Dad and I at 12th Street Beach!  Probably about 1953, and the other picture is my Gramma (my dad's mom), my bride doll I got for Christmas, myself (probably around 4 or 5), and my Mom.  That was about 1954/55.  Check out that old milk bottle on the table.  Now when was the last time you saw milk in a botle.  LOL
 

Are you a blogger over 40? Yeah, welcome to the club!
Please join in the fun and get to know your fellow bloggers at Never Growing Old!!
"In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So here on Fridays we're taking it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’m asking a simple question for you to answer & nothing that requires a lengthy response.

If you’d like to participate, just post your own question on your blog and leave your link at the very friendly place of Islandlife808.com. Don’t forget to visit the other participants! It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends and find new followers!

My question is:  Now that fall is here and  Halloween is almost upon us do you put winter clothes out and summer clothes away or do you just leave everything out?  Also, did anyone start Christmas shopping yet???

I have this huge box and a aluminum closet in the basement.  I always put summer clothes and things away, and exchange for winter things and visa-versa in the spring.  

My Christmas shopping goes on all year long.  If I see something on sale I think one of the kids is going to like I buy it.  I have to many to buy for to wait until the last minute.  We're talking 4 kids and spouses, and 9 grandkids and that's just on my side alone.  Plus my little bro and his wife.  The hubby has a Sister and her family we exchange gifts with.  She has two children.


Have a Great Weekend Everyone, and THANKS for stopping by, and following me.   Oh!  Don't forget about this Monday - "MONDAY'S MUSIC MOVES ME"  Check the theme for this week.  It's Movie Week, which means MOVE ME BABY!  Yes, you get to pick whatever you like.  I truly hope you ALL can make it.  Boogie Time!

14 comments:

Ladii Aponte said...

my dad comes to my room the other day knocks on the door and says look what i found LMAO an lld photo of him and I and My Cousin back when we were like 3-5 some where there lol Memory Lane is full of Laughter

I have not seen milk like that EVER! lol I have also never seen any one wearing dress up shoes jeans with white sweat socke and some saved by the bell type shirt lol My daddy! Love the photo!! thanks for sharing!

Debbie said...

I love these black and white photos! I was born in 1953. What a precious memory with your dad. And the second photo is so rich in details. Yes, I remember those milk bottles. The milk man used to deliver the milk in a box on the doorstep. I noticed other detaisl when I enlarged your photo. Your bride dolly was so cute. I also loved dolls!

You were so cute. Thanks for sharing your memories with us; loved it.

Blessings and love,
Debbie

The imPerfect Housewife said...

Look at you!!! I love old pictures SOOOOO much - those are just priceless! Have a great weekend ~ ♥

Haupi said...

I enjoy so much seeing your old family pictures. You look so sweet. Hope you're doing better today.

Just voted - hope everyone else did too - top right "white fence. Happy Friday!

shopannies said...

old photos are so fun with so many memories that go with them. Yes I have started christmas shopping all ready. When my children were young yes I did the seasonal clothing however now that they are teens they wear seasonal clothes out of season so I do not put anything up anymore

JamericanSpice said...

You were so cute and don't they still use those milk bottles when the guy wins the nascar? :)

For the kids I will put away their summer clothes and take out winter clothes.

I'm not yet thinking about christmas. It will come when it comes. I don't even have enough money for groceries much less to think of shopping.

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Hi! I am a new follower from Saturday's blog hops. I am looking forward to reading more of your blog. Blessings...
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Cheeseboy said...

Alright, I am a dude and we are a different breed when it comes to clothes. My summer clothes are my winter and vice versa. There is no putting away.

~ Noelle said...

okay.....
i LOVE the pics!!!
i really wish i could find a milk bottle like that, i am sure i could find plenty of uses for it...
:)
as for my clothes...
i dont really have a winter wardrobe, just throw on a jacket... i do not like hot at all:)
but the shopping,i have started... saw somewhere that there are only 11 weeks till Christmas! *that lit a fire to get started!
ha ha
also, bought halloween candy and Christmas cards in the same trip, thought that was kinda weird

Twincerely,Olga said...

what great pics!!!!
I don't have to switch clothes around since I am in Fl.Just find some of our winter stuff to add in!LOL
what is the theme for tomorrow?

Alicia said...

I love how you have so many old photos! It's so nice to have them online now, too! I'm als lovin' the milk bottle!!

I apologize for visiting so late, but I'm starting to catch up now!!

Lorie and Bill Shewbridge said...

First of all... I totally love those phots, especially the one of you and your grandpa! I remember milk bottles like that from my grandmother's - they lived out in "the sticks" and still had milk delivery from a local farm.
As for "winter" clothes... HaHa! Since we live in FL, they mainly consist of 2 pair of jeans, a few pair of slacks, 3 sweaters and a few sweatshirts. No need to put those away... we just layer. :-)

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