Homesick for abroad
Guten Tag..I rarely open mybloglog, even almost never do that! because it is very... weight of its connection ... so sorry if I prefer directly communicate on the blog ... thnx and sorry for my English... it's so bad!!! DAMN!!!
I never got to know my grandmothers either, but thank goodness I too have wonderful photos of them as you do of your grandmother. I love to see pictures like this with the old style of dress and hat. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.
hello herby, thanks for visited my blog, this is a photo very nice!!! by gaetano valva www.ilcaffesospeso.blogspot.com
oh wow! an 80 year old picture..amazing!
What a beautiful Picture. I loved old fashioned photos and living in the olden times The fashion and manners I mean. I think you are just as handsome, taken after a good looking family. I bet your lovely Son is also following the handsome trend of your family. Your blog is great by the way. Happy blogging. I love Asian culture too. I am Greek but engaged to a Chinese man.
She looks like you. I have similar pictures in my hallway ofmy grandmother and her sister, who died tragically very young. They say my daughter looks like her. It's nice to know there could be someone who comes after us that carries a little trace of us, even if we'll never meet them.
My mother just recently passed and we found many old photos like this...her family was from Germany also. One of the coolest things was seeing pictures of my grandfather as a child...the had him and his cousin wearing dresses.
wow! what a gorgeous photo....
I feel lucky that I still have my grandmom who's now 80 plus.And, I love her very dearly as she's the one who raised me up.Good day!
an eighty yrs old pix...wow!a she's beautiful!
I love old photo's. This is wonderful. Please scroll back to the beginning of the New Year on my blog. I have a photo of my great great grandfather and family.Sandy
Bellissima nonna.-Foto in perfetta condizione !Ciao My.-
Herbert,Linda picture, congratulations! the grandparents of my husband were German, they came to Brazil in the 2a. War. Hug!
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