Sparks are flying around the blogosphere again today, as we join in with Alyce, At Home With Books, to showcase our Saturday Snapshots.

This week, I’m sharing some more shots of family members.  The first one is one from the series I spotlighted a few weeks ago at the sculpture, captured in 1991.  The four “kids” are posing in an unusual fashion.

An unusual perspective

Fast-forward to present day, and here’s granddaughter Fiona with a friend.

Now let’s take a look at my daughter Heather and another kind of friend.

Hugs from a unique friend

A potpourri of quirkiness from my house to yours.

What are you featuring today?  I can’t wait to find out…..


  1. Heee! What a lot of fun they’re having. My son’s roommate had a snake like that only smaller. He used to wrap it around his neck and take it outside for walks in the park.


  2. Yuck!! I would never even touch that thing!!!

    We went to Winslow AZ as well mainly because we were intrigued by the signposts for Standin’ on the Corner and trying to figure out what it referred to! We were showing our age thinking of “standing on the corner watching all the girls go by”… LOL
    Now we blast the radio whenever the Eagles song comes on!!!


    • I had no idea about the Winslow, AZ themed shops, etc., until I went there. It was fun…and I did enjoy remembering that song.

      Thanks for visiting, Jake, and have a great weekend.

      Snakes can stay far away from me and I’m happy!


    • EWWW…Leslie, lol

      I think I might have touched one once…but not long enough to make the connection to a leather bag.

      Thanks for sharing that; now I might not ever touch leather handbags again…lol

      Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy the weekend.


    • Hey, you’re right about the Partridge Family similarity…now imagine a very quirky quartet, with a weird sense of humor, and you’ve got my kids pegged.

      Thanks for stopping by, Patty…and enjoy your weekend.


    • I just slipped that in last, just to do that to you, Diane…lol

      I thought it would make a nice ending to an apparently normal gallery showing of kids and grandkids.

      Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy your weekend.


    • Yes, I couldn’t remember if I’d shown this one before, so I searched through my Saturday stuff….and I was happy to be able to share it.

      Thanks for stopping by, Alyce, and have a great weekend.


    • Oh, I know…we’re looking at cutesy photos of the kids and then…wham! lol

      Sorry about that, Cathy. I felt the same way when I first saw this photo of my daughter.

      Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy your weekend.


  3. I like that first shot too- I’m sure there’s a Beatles album cover that looks a bit like that. I got a photo with one of those massive snakes once, because my son wanted to of course- I have a very nervous smile on my face, and my hands are placed ready to throw that thing if it tried anything! Your daughter looks much braver than me.


    • She’s definitely a lot braver than I am, too, Louise. I wouldn’t even touch the thing!

      And you’re right about the Beatles album…it is now appearing in my mind. Was it Abbey Road?

      Anyway, my eldest son set up the shot (he’s also in the photo), and he was way into the Beatles scene then.

      Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy your weekend.


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