Dennis worked for 30 years with LAPD. 20 of those years he spent in the narcotics division. So here is a pile of cocaine and marijuana he had to photograph back then I remember when we were dating sometimes he would get calls late at night if they confiscated some drugs and he would have to drive back to work.
Keep in mind that these pictures have nothing to do with each other. I just found them while looking for something else. Isn't that the way it always is?
The next one was very faded, but Amy Burbidge worked on it and brought it to life. (Thanks Amy!!)
I made all these dresses for my sisters and I. Lest you think I am this great seamstress, I was not. My sisters had the sewing talent. I had no patience for it. And you should have seen my seams. Probably why I had all boys. But I was proud I at least finished these dresses.
Interesting how tall I seem in this picture.
At 5'5", I turned out to be the shortest one of my 7 siblings.
I don't ever remember having the attitude below. Maybe I did.
I have no idea what year this was. Obviously we know the month.
This looks nothing like the tall girl in the picture above
I thought this was one of the cutest birth announcements I had ever received. Julianna is 10 now, and my friend Barbara and her family moved a few years back, so I'm certain it does no harm showing their old address. This was just taken as a photo, put in an envelope and sent. Oh and on the outside of the envelope was her little footprint (stamped on using an ink pad). So with great anticipation I opened it up. Julianna was their first daughter after 5 sons!
Oh and I had to include this picture of my Tyler Wyler.
He started in 4th grade I think it was ...helping with the sound for the school plays at Redbank Elementary. Terry, our good neighbor next door got him involved in it initially. Then eventually in the 5th or 6th grade he started handling it all himself. He loved it! I would come and sit in the back just to watch Tyler flip those switches!