Looking Back In Time


| 6/21/2017 3:11:00 PM


DJ

I am going to go down memory lane a little in this post today. I hear all the controversy about how people should be raising their children, and I wonder how many people would have lost their children to the Department of Social Services so many years ago if that department had existed. I am not downing the state for helping children where it is needed, it is just some observations over the past 80 years of parenting from my family. I hope you enjoy!

This first picture is of my grandmother and grandfather on their wedding day, and the second picture is my grandmother with her youngest daughters. I wish I had some photos of grandma when she was young, but alas, not many people took pictures back then (it was a little more laborious then). Now, on to the stories!

Clara and Chauncey Taylor Blog Photo

 



 



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