“On the eve before my grandparents 60th anniversary party this photo was passed around. In 1991 for their anniversary they went to Holland. There is so much going on in the picture that every time you look at it you see something new – and horribly awkward. Don’t miss out on the painted wooded shoes, the tangle of yarn and that white hat.”
(submitted by Allison)
Only the strong survive.
(submitted by Francis)
“This is a photo of myself from 1995. That year, we took a family trip to the Civil War reenactment in Gettysburg, PA. This man is General Grant. My father is behind the camera saying, “We’re having fun!” It was probably about 102 degrees out that day and no, I was not having fun.”
(submitted by Annie)
Somebody got the schedule mixed up.
(submitted by Vincent)
You’re never too old.
(submitted by Jesse)
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Today’s question is #13 from the game….
So, due to the the Facebook hiccup, we’ve decided to crown two winners… congratulations to Mark & Camille! Your board games are on the way.
Ashes to Asses (submitted by Mark)
In Loo of Flowers (submitted by Camille)
“Our daughter had rebellious teen years. Now 26 and a successful young adult, this (and similar) pictures make wonderful blackmail material.”
(submitted by Mary Ellen)
(submitted by Christy)
“My mom, her sisters, and their parents on a vacation in 1972. We still have no idea who the specimen in the background is or what he is doing.”
(submitted by Ashlyn)
“My first time wakeboarding. Enough said.”
(submitted by Peta in Australia)