Celebrating July 4th and Wimbledon all at once.
(submitted by Derek)
“The year was 1976– the bicentennial of our country. Our Father wanted to celebrate. So he had my sister and I dress up as if we were Civil War soldiers. We proudly (yet embarrassingly) marched around the block where we lived. But that wasn’t enough.. oh no.. my father had us march around Ben Franklin (the store) and other shops in the plaza like TG&Y and Publix. Looking back 38 years later, I realize its nice to share memories like this one so the world can see just how much we were willing to do for our country!”
(submitted by Ricker)
“The picture on the left was taken my first day of kindergarten in Clyde, Ohio. To make a unique invitation to my 40th Birthday Party, I tried to recreate this picture. It was remarkably easy to find a house that looked almost exactly the same even though I now live thousands of miles away. The only thing missing was getting my little brother to pose inside the door . . . but the homeowner wouldn’t answer the doorbell and so we shot this one quickly without permission.”
(submitted by Zen)
It’s as if we’re inside her mind.
Oh, and Happy Birthday, Jesse!!!
(submitted by Carolyn)
Dinner is served.
(submitted by Torrie)
Guess who wanted to go to Arizona for vacation.
(submitted by Jennifer)
We almost didn’t see him there.
(submitted by Renacho in El Salvador)
“This photo is of me and my son who just turned 11. He was born at home and the midwives stashed his placenta in our freezer. As the years went on, I couldn’t just throw it out or leave it somewhere – I made it! So after 11 years, we bought a blueberry bush and I had him bury it under there. He was thrilled. My dad dug the hole and the cat was trying to steal the placenta.”
(submitted by Emily)
Hopefully, you can get a prescription for that.
(submitted by Melani)
“I bought my son sun glasses but my husband though they should be black to look cool, so I spray painted them, but I didn’t let the paint dry enough before putting them on. “
(submitted by Amanda)