Fall Excerpts – Lovely Things

Wednesday, September 16th, 1936 Robert Taylor alias Louis Bottigi winked at me today in advertising.  Said hello to the boy Ames who drove the car when we went to the prom.  Saw Teddy and Jeanette on their porch.  They looked very alive, modern, and rather happy I should say.  She was in slacks and a…

Sunday Share

Happy Sunday!  This week I didn’t want to copy and paste the post I’m sharing or even reblog it because I wasn’t sure the formatting would come out correctly.  This blog is amazing looking, very professional and thoughtful and the pictures are AMAZING!  I don’t want to mess anything up so I’m going to put…

A Post a Day for a Whole Year?!?!?! What am I thinking?

Hello!  I’m writing this post on Jan 4th although it will be published on Saturday. It’s no secret that I schedule posts so that I can get a few days ahead.  This is what this post is about.  My decision to post every day this year. The problem is how good I am feeling. I…

Excerpts from Summer, 1936

These first two excerpts are from her trip to Vermont to visit with Ernie.  Babu has talked to me many times about visiting her friend.  She clearly had such a great time. Saturday, July 4th, 1936 Junior didn’t come down in the Cunningham yesterday.  We rode in the Cadaliac.  He and Frank + Nelson got…

TM Anniversary!

This month I received a notification from WordPress that it is my one year Anniversary with Transcribing Memory.  In that time I have transcribed almost three years of Babu’s young life.  She has graduated from high school and has begun her second year in college.  She has had ups and downs with her parents but…

Sunday Share

Some times I love simple and well phrased when it comes to poetry.  My Sunday share is from Words on Empty Ears.  It is quite a lovely blog.  Check it out! Here is the poem that happened to catch my attention but there are many more lovelies. Over and Over Again October 1, 2016 / wordsonemptyears…

Spare the next one, please.

Here is my response to the weekly photo challenge: Spare. Right under the wire! Prayer to the furry gods: You got a bite of this one,  (The first) It’s only fair. You can finish it, too, if you wish. But could you spare the green one next to it?