Throwback Thursday Christmas

Now that I’m feeling better, I’m making a concerted effort to take care of those projects I’ve been meaning to get around to. One of those projects is to turn the four or five plastic storage boxes of family photos into an online collection. To that end, hubby set me up with an external hard drive, brand new scanner, and re-arranged the bedroom to make my computer area cozy & efficient. I’m still working on creating the website photo software, and I’ve only done a little scanning so far, but given the season, I figured I’d share these picture here now as a Throwback Thursday Christmas post.

Chapel Street (Maternal grandparents house) in the 1960s.

Grampy, Chapel Street, 1964



Chapel Street 1, 1964



Chapel Street 2, 1964



Chapel Street 3, 1964



Aunt Mary, Chapel Street 1965



Grampy’s sister Arlene, Chapel Street, 1967



Unknown person, Chapel Street 1967



Norman Ave (the house where I grew up) in the 1960s and 70s.

Todd, Laurie, and Holly 1964



Me and Grampy, 1967



Me, 1967



Scott and Grampy, 1968



Todd, me, Jennifer, and Laurie 1968



Me, 1969



Me and Jennifer, circa 1970ish



Scott, Heather, and me in 1971ish



Heather and me in 1971ish



Scott, Heather, and me again in 1971ish



Jennifer, Laurie, Me, Todd – the official 1970ish card



Laurie, Me, Todd, Jennifer – outtake 1



Laurie, Me, Todd, Jennifer – outtake 2



Laurie, Me, Todd, Jennifer – outtake 3



Me and Santa Claus.

Me and Santa, 1960something



Santa and Me, 1960something



Santa and Me, 1969



Norman Ave (the house where I grew up) in the 1980s.

Magnolia tree, 1986



Magnolia fireplace and thumb, 1986



The Cavanaugh family at the Burn’s Family Christmas party (my father’s sister) in the early 1980s.

Christmas party at the Burns, 1980



My Paternal grandparents – the print date says January, but I get the feeling this was a Christmas photo op at their house on Harrison Ave.

Duck and Nana Cavanaugh, January 1964

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