Single motherhood, getting acclimated to my new job, wrapping up school, and just plain tiredness, have all contributed to the delay of this post. Several days ago Vegan Momma tagged me in a post titled "What's One of Your Favorite Photos?" There are no specifics listed so I'm assuming this selection can be any photo I like. It was really difficult to narrow it down, and I can't say conclusively that my selection is my absolute favorite photo of all time. But the picture makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.



This is me (age unknown, but I'm guessing around 2-years-old) and my daddy. We were in my grandma's kitchen in West Memphis, Arkansas. Every time I look at this picture I wonder if he was trying to get me to look at the orange, eat it, or...I just don't know. I get nostalgic looking at this photo, remembering the many looooong road trips to my grandma's house; spending summers with her; the huge backyard; her dogs, Vincent and Lady (who had one eye, the other was scratched out by a cat) whom she called her babies. All such good memories. So yes, this is one of my favorite pictures.

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Comment by Mommy B on December 20, 2007 at 1:25pm
A lovely photo and such nice memories to go along with it. I too remember those looong road trips from New York to South Carolina to spend summers with my grandparents. The road trip was just as memorable as the visit itself!

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