Time Warp Tuesday: One Year Ago

For 46 years, people repeatedly told me I look like my mother.

Last year, my husband snapped this picture of me with my father. Guess who I think I really look like?

2012 Spring Break #3, Traveling to Tucson 032 - Karen & Dad, cropped

This picture isn’t much of a time warp — it was taken just one year ago.

I’m on the road now and will be there tomorrow for our annual visit.

As is right and proper, family takes priority in life. The “unread” list in my Reader was already in triple digits before I left town. Those who have packed a family up for vacation know how much work goes into pre-trip preparation… and the farther down the road I go, the behinder I become.
While I don’t quite qualify as a Luddite, limited WiFi access and a “dumb phone” means I am really far behind on checking in with each of you.

I am grateful for your comments here, because they show up in my e-mail and I will get to read them the next time I have WiFi for my laptop and the time to access it. Keeping connected to friends is right up there in my priorities next to keeping connected with family. ♥

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Time Warp Tuesday is brought to you by Jenn at Juggling Life. Visit here to see the other participants and their photos.

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9 thoughts on “Time Warp Tuesday: One Year Ago

  1. When I was little my relatives would play Who Does She Look Like and my grandfather always said “She looks like Edie” and no one would agree with him. When I was thirteen I finally saw a picture of his sister Edith (who died long before I was born.) Although it was taken when she was in her forties it was like seeing myself in the mirror.

  2. Oh yes.. very much alike, you two.

    I had to laugh about your almost being in triple digits. I reach that point after two days of not reading. There’s something the matter with me! 😉

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