Welcome to another creative opportunity to showcase photos, via our weekly Saturday Snapshot event, hosted by Alyce, At Home With Books.

This week, I’ve gone back to search the old photo albums again, and found some shots of my daughter and me during 1978-79, when I was working on my master’s thesis.  It was a great time to explore some new ideas.


Rain & Heather - Christmas 1978
Rain & Heather – Christmas 1978


Heather & Friends - 1979
Heather & Friends – 1979

The orange chair was a favorite in the living room of our duplex.

Heather & doll- 1979

This last photo of Heather was snapped in my office.  I enjoyed having my special place where I could spread out my papers and books and work.  The sofa made into a bed.

And because it was special, the kids enjoyed coming into the room when I invited them.

Speaking of offices, here are some new shots of my current office…Yes, a segue back to the present.


Office -- a Collage
Office — a Collage


Pretty self-explanatory-Left to right:  2 shots of the laptop; a shelf for DVDs and fairytale plush toys, next to a bookcase on the left and my book nook to the right; and finally, my full bookshelf next to the sofa and TV.

Now I’m off to check out your featured photos.


    1. I do love those memories…too bad that while going through those years, I was often stressed out and overwhelmed. But the photo moments were a true pleasure; going
      through them and looking back. Thanks for visiting, Paulita.


    1. That was my favorite dress for quite awhile…I think there are several pix of me wearing it. I had a friend who said it was my “witch” dress…lol

      I wore it until it literally fell apart. Thanks for visiting, Alyce…and I have heard that my daughter and I resemble each other. I think I see it more between my daughter and granddaughter…


    1. Some of my old photos are discolored and stuck to the photo album…and the albums are kind of falling apart, too. I think the best shots are the black and whites…they haven’t changed. Thanks for visiting, Vicki….


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