Friday, May 04, 2007



Childhood



Yeap this is ME!! Flip Flop Floozie at the Grand OLD
Age of Three 1948!! WOW!!! I know the quality
of the picture is not that great but remember
that was a LONG time ago! We got the film developed
at the Pioneer/Indian Outpost store!! ((smile))
ENJOY!!

29 comments:

Chen said...

The photo was well kept :)
I enjoy looking at old photos..
bring back good old memories of yesteryears :)

YellowRose said...

That's a great picture!! You are such a cutie!!!

Happy Saturday!

Daisy said...

What a cute picture! I love your outfit. I posted an old scanned photo, too.

Julie said...

Cute picture. Gee that picture reminds me of someone I know:) Mine's up now.Took me a while to find some of the kids when they were little.

the night owl said...

Good Morning Sandy,...Well, Daisy is on the road to Ga.....I love your cute dress and big Smile in this picture. Baba

Melli said...

Oh Sandy! You were just a little doll baby! An IMP! Toooo cute!

Twisted Cinderella said...

AWWWESOME pic for todays theme! you were a cutiepie!

Heart of Rachel said...

Hi Sandy. I just got home a while ago. Thanks for visiting my photo hunt. I'm not a member of Monday Memories but I have read some of your entries. However, I don't remember reading about the car accident and I got curious so I searched your blog about it. I found it and I must say it's a great miracle. Imagine a train hitting a car. God is very kind because he shielded your loved ones from harm. I think it was a miracle and a great blessing.

Thanks for sharing your adorable baby picture. You were such a beautiful baby.

eph2810 said...

I think the picture is awesome--the quality is excellent :) You look so cute -- love that smile.

Blessings to your weekend and always.

Saija said...

awwww, :o)
where's the flip flops tho?
*grin*

Linda said...

You look like one very happy little girl and the quality isn't bad at all!

Barbara H. said...

What a cute picture!

Smalltown RN said...

oh that picture is so cute...but I still LOVE your header...the flip flops are fabulous!!!

jennyr said...

hehehe! such a cuttie! love the outfit and the curly hair! very pretty baby...

PowersTwinB said...

What a cutie-patotie! I love your ringlets of hair! Great photo for the hunt sweetie! My photos are up, please come and visit soon

Heather said...

Absolutely adorable.

PEA said...

What? You're not wearing flip flops in that picture?? hehe Awww you were so adorable, love that picture!! Sometimes looking at those old pictures makes you wish you could go back to those innocent times!! xox

Cats ~ Goats ~ Quotes said...

How cute!
I wore those kind of shoes, too, except mine were brown! Ewwww.
I was five in '48 :)

Thank you so much for visiting my blog with your concern for Georgia and me.

Hootin'Anni said...

Sweet, sweet, sweet Sandy!! I love it.

Monkey Giggles said...

I just love the old photo's. Thank you for sharing.

srp said...

And those high top shoes... they told our moms to make us wear them for several years and for sure when we were first learning to walk. They were so stiff and ugly, but now they are cute.

Biker Betty said...

That is a great photo of you. I'm having the same problem with quality of older pictures. Great post for this theme. Have a great weekend.

PastorMac's Ann said...

You were an adorable baby! What a great picture for the childhood theme this week.

Puss-in-Boots said...

You were such a cutie!

Akelamalu said...

What a pretty little girl.:)

Peggy said...

weren't you just the cutest thing!

Susan said...

So glad you shared that picture, Sandy. Yesterday when I was cropping all day we were talking about color not being so great in our older photos...yet, that really describes the time in some ways. It was just more simple.

Blessings.

:-) Susan

Jane said...

Well aren't you the cute one?? I love that picture. I can see the woman you became in her little face.

Anonymous said...

Sandy that picture that you posted was always one of my favorites of you. I remember they were talking about your high top shoes, those were called "Jumping Jack" shoes, they had the soul that came up to the back of the shoe to the ankle. You seemed to be able to walk good in them, so always tried to keep them for you. You were adorable and still are. Love Mother