Wednesday, September 25, 2013

old photos

I like making things, what-cha-ma-call-its, from old photos and bits and pieces.
Old photos are hard to find, especially those that say things to me, like this one.

I was just laughing to myself, if this were PJ and Ray or Kynda and Mike,, the caption might be quite different.   Have a wonderful Wednesday all.


Susie said...

Peggy, I just read back to where I had missed some of your post. I love the garden plants, pumpkins, and statues. Your fabric is pretty too. I love finding old photo in junk stores and coming up with some fun saying to go with the picture. Hope you are having abeautiful autumn, so far. xoxo,Susie

peggy said...

Now guys, I didn't mean my kids didn't love each other. It's just that they had a few squabbles here and there!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That picture is just perfect for the saying. That is a great way to display old photos. Now I'm going to have to go through some of mine and match sayings to them. Of course it would be a good way to scrapbook too. Thank you for sharing as always , you give me some inspiration.

Eggs In My Pocket said...

I love sweet. Old photos are so wonderful

Starry Dawn said...

Hello dear,
I am the new follower of your wonderful blog.
I also love to collect old family photos, and display them on a special wall in my bedroom where I could see them often.
My dear parents and family ancestry dwell in Heaven with the Lord, but they all still live in my heart of hearts.
I truly enjoy going through the pages of your blog, and realizing how talented and creative you are.
One of your friends sent me the link to your lovely blog, and I am so glad about that.
Please, take a little bit of your precious time to look at some of my Online pages, and see if you can follow me too. I am a Christian mom and grandmother of my 3 New York grandchildren. I write passages, tales, thoughts, poems, lyrics, post some of my artwork, family pics, and so on.
Well, this is all for today.
God bless you, dear one.
I would love to know your name.
I am Poet Starry Dawn.
All the Best,

P.J. said...

My brother would NOT pull me in the wagon. I just know. He would make ME pull HIM. Makes me think of the story that Gramma told me...when Mike and Ray piled up the leaves and let me jump in it. Sounds nice, but there's a twist...they put the wagon under the leaves. Gotta love big brothers.