Friday, December 13, 2013

Christmas Memory Page

Well hello there,
dawn here
from snowy, icy
REALLY cold Missouri.

Today's challenge
is something that is
near and dear to my heart.

It is to do a LO about
a Christmas past.

The reason this is so very dear to me 
is because we have very little pictures
of when we were little.
There were five of us kids
and my parents didn't take very many
They had so much going on just to put
food on the table,
that pictures were just not a high priority,
but we do have a few pictures
and they are so very dear to me.

Like this little beaut.
This is of me (left), my baby sis Dena (middle),
and my sister just younger than me Dana (right).
This picture is made all the sweeter to me
because Dana is in heaven now.
She went to be with Jesus when she
was 18.
Yes this picture is priceless.

The story that I tell is of the faux fireplace you see just
peeking out in the background behind us.

Yes this is a very special memory indeed
that needs to be told.
So your challenge today
is to tell that special memory
of Christmas yesteryear.
And please do link up your special
memory.  We'd love to see it!

And if you'd like to see more of this JYC LO,
please come on over and sit a moment
and check it out right here.

Have a Blessed and Beautiful,
Krafty, Kind of Day ~~


  1. great challenge and you are right, it's good to go back; especially since there are loved one who aren't here now. I truly don't have any pictures of when I was a kid but I may have to dig around. Great LO!

  2. i don't think i have any of me when i was little either - I'll have to ask my mum if she has any. But it's also important to remember to get those memories down even if you don't have photos :-)

    your layout is truly precious - sending love


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