PHOTOS 'N' FAMILY STUFF

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Nowadays, with camcorders, digital cameras, editing software and printers, it's pretty easy to take family photos regularly and to keep them organized! When I was a kid, my father had an old camera that looked like a big black box.  By the time I came along (the youngest of five), I suppose the old Kodak wasn't a novelty anymore.  As a result there were few photos of me.  Here are a couple that I was able to drum up from relatives who were happy to part with them (haha)

       

I do have a few family "oldies" in my collection.  One photograph that I treasure is one that was taken in '45 or '46 - a professional portrait of the Richler family - my great-grandmother, grandparents, their fourteen children (and their spouses), my cousins and of course - me.  I'm the little twerp in the front row ... third from your right.

 


You like oldies?  How about these (maternal) ancestors?

Great Grandma Grandmother Grandfather


Paternal Grandparents

 

Say, how about a couple of nice oldies
of my folks?

 

 

Look at this one, taken at their wedding ....


 

... and a great one of my Mother, taken in '93 at my wedding


SARAH AND LEO
honeymooners forever!
(1993)

The happiest days of my life began when I met and married the amazing man in this photo. We're always "fighting" about who loves who more (or is it whom?)
 


Here's a snap of my son
grillin' and chillin'

... and here he is with his
Gleesome Threesome! (2004)

and his squirrel-friend,
Ben-Gurion

and one amazing photo (2002) of my daughter,
son-in-law, and their dynamic duo ... 
(Linda, Albert, Andrew, Jonathan) 


Here's a photo of Jonah, Nora, Alan, Samuel, Leo and me
on Nora's high school graduation day (2006)


 

"JuJo" Wedding Celebration!
Jonah, Jude and the kids  --  August 2009




"NakZak" Wedding Celebration!
Nechama & Zecharya  -- September 2009


 

... and here we are ... just six months before our
seventeenth wedding anniversary.  Where'd the years go?



Sleevy and Totes - "The Ketzelach" of Jerusalem





Count Dracula was right when he said ...

  BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER ... YUM !