Monday, July 14, 2014
Her birthday was on the 10th of July. She would have been seventy years old.
while waiting for the call to good old "Family-Style" dinners. Louise is in her favorite spot, and our first son,
Will, is waiting for his dad to play horseshoes.
I think the following images speak for themselves.
forty-three year marriage. As with most relationships we had our share of bumpy roads. Sometimes we were not even on the same road, but in hind-sight we realized we were destined to be there, for each other, when needed. I think this picture sums it up.
Near the end of her life Louise would often
ask me, "What are you going to do,
Bill; what are you going to do?"
Whatever it is, I seem to be doing it.
Thanks to my dear friend Peter Sasgen
for making such beautiful prints over 45 years ago.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
friends, Bruno Baran and Jacalyn Beam, on the grounds of the Barns-Brinton House in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.
By ten a.m. Reenacters were in place and mingling with the public as everyone celebrated the 300th anniversary of the Barns-Brinton House, a wonderfully preserved former colonial tavern built in 1714.
Chadds Ford Historical Society felt the same way, because she bought it.
I hope you had a wonderful July Fourth weekend!