Sparks are flying around the blogosphere again today, as we join in with Alyce, At Home With Books, to showcase our Saturday Snapshots.
Recently, I shared some photos of a house where I lived when my oldest was a toddler. There were “before and after twenty years” shots.
This week, I leafed through another old album and found these shots from 2004, when my family spent a Thanksgiving with me in the foothills.
This shot is of some of the grandchildren playing in a “fort” (treehouse) that they enjoyed.
And in this one, my second son is enjoying time with the youngest grandson, Noah, when he was not yet two. I enjoyed those blond curls!
The border of eucalyptus trees was always one of my favorite things about the huge yard we had.
This portion of the yard was to the right of the guesthouse where Noah and his parents lived at the time.
And here’s an updated version of the guesthouse (a couple years later), which I’ve shared before in another story.
So what are the rest of you spotlighting today? I can’t wait to see!