Wednesday, March 4, 2009

11th Edition Smile for the Camera - Brothers & Sisters in Lingleville

The word prompt for the 11th Edition of Smile For The Camera at Shades of the Departed is brothers & sisters? Were they battling brothers, shy little sisters, or was it brother & sister against the world? Our ancestors often had only their siblings for company. Were they best friends or not? Show us that picture that you found with your family photographs or in your collection that shows your rendition of brothers & sisters. Bring them to the carnival and share. Admission is free with every photograph!




Brothers and Sisters in 1961 ~ Ann, Judy, Peggy, Sue, Don, and David Lingleville, Erath County, Texas

I'm nearly sure this was just before or after a Saturday session of dancing to Elvis! We always had a lot of fun dancing together.

6 comments:

Taylorstales-Genealogy said...

What a great picture! Everyone looks HAPPY! Thanks for sharing friend!

Kay Cox said...

Neat picture. I remember when you all looked like that!

Judith Richards Shubert said...

Thanks! That seems like a hundred years ago!

Evelyn Yvonne Theriault said...

Love those glasses!
One of these days we must do a Smile for the Camera on eyeglasses!
Evelyn in Montreal.

Judith Richards Shubert said...

My sister would tell you she has fought those glasses all of her life. But she really embraced them and has had some really cool ones through the years.

Surely fM has put together a Carnival for photos of women in glasses! She loves them, you know.

Linda Ruth said...

I loved this picture it reminded me of the ones of my brothers and sister all lined up for a photol.

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