Monday, January 4, 2010

Times of Innocence

Not long ago I came across a box of old photos.  I'd seen most of them except those in the slide show below.  I was so excited when I found out I was able to print them using my scanner. Hope you enjoy and thanks Bunny for posting your slide show.  Made me get off my rocker and finish mine. 

4 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh these photos bring back such fond memories! I remember your grandmother and her home near Streamland Park; the avocado groves, the big swimming pool where all the Leonard clan would gather. I couldn't go in the pool, but I had an equally fun time watching all the kids. I have some pictures of the boys with their train. How many hours I would spend looking at my mom's album and remembering those Christmass past when we were all so young! Beautiful slide show!! Anita

Me....bunny said...

Ahhh..how tute!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good morning! Nice to see you come by....I hope everything is falling into place for you regarding the interview. Yep, I really think there is a connection with being stuck inside during the winter that gets people creating! Bob Dylan, Prince, and many others came from here and I could swear that the cold weather makes a person either vegetate on the couch (UHHH!) or get going and CREATE! Have a creative and productive day! Bisous, Anita

Rattus Scribus said...

Wow. It's amazing to see everyone so young and buff. Your mom and dad were incredibly handsome.

Great pics

Ruben