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

Today I’m going to showcase some Then and Now photos…again.  Yes, I know I go down this road a lot, but bear with me….

Toddler Noah -- at my foothill house


Nine-year-old Noah - Dinner at Red Robin, just the other day

What a difference a few years can make!  And then there are those glasses, making him look very serious.

Now for Fiona….

Fiona Surrounded by Nana's the foothills house


Teenage Fiona....Another Version


My Then and Now photos have showcased the people…now let’s look at the setting.  I started my Coca Cola collections in my guesthouse in the foothills, as shown here:

And, as depicted a couple of weeks ago, here’s the Now version:



Now I can’t wait to see what the rest of you have chosen to feature today. 


    1. Thanks, Diane…and in terms of which one I’d prefer to drink, I’d probably choose Pepsi, too…shhh!

      I just like the look of the Coca Cola collections…lol

      Glad you could stop by, and now I’m off to see you snapshot!


    1. Thanks, Paulita…it’s amazing to me to see the people they’ve become in the years after the early versions. And yes, both are precious, even the teen years! lol

      Glad you could stop by, and enjoy the seasons of your kids’ lives.


  1. Your grandkids are always a treat. Love the shots of them. And a Coke collection is perfect. I used to have several things that said “Coca-Cola” but those have gone by the wayside through the years.


    1. Kay, I’m sure mine are not truly “vintage,” but I do enjoy them…for now.

      My tastes have changed so much over the years, that when I look back at early photos, I smile.

      The kids, now…they’re the true “collectibles.”

      Thanks for visiting, and enjoy your weekend.


    1. Oh, mine, too, Alyce…these two grandkids both had curls when they were toddlers. I have another toddler photo of Noah that I’ve featured before, taken the same day; in that one, he was walking away, so you could see the curls.

      Thanks for stopping by!


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