Nostalgia

  The other day, I realized that I didn't have even one physical photograph of my youngest son. For some reason it really bothered me. I feel like it would be way easier for me to destroy or erase a file than it would be for me to ruin a photograph. Aside from the cost, there is something nice about film and having a picture to hold on to. 

  Feeling very nostalgic, I spent this week going through all my many boxes of photos and I decided to do a fun project with them. I took pictures of the old photographs in their original locations. Check it out:

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  1.        Our wedding at the Magnolia Terrace, Oct 10th 2004.

  2.        Krista out on my deck at our old Lincoln Street house, circa 2004.

  3.        Me outside my aunt Karen's garage, circa 1984.

  4.        Sean playing in a pile of leaves, circa 1986.

  5.       Freitas Park, May 14th 1988.

  6.       Boyd House in San Rafael, Summer of 2005.

  7.       Kevin, Sean and me with popsicles, circa 1994.

  8.       Shonnie, Sara, Heather and my dad, Oct 10 2004.

  9.       My mom going to the RenFaire, Fairfax CA, 1982.

  10.     Montgomery Hall, San Anselmo, 2001 & 2004.