June 3, 1938
What's going on with these three couples plunging into something far more entangling than a casual kiss on the cheek or casual liaison?
(more on that in a moment)
First, a word about Sepia Saturday, where we explore things from long ago, regarding our own ancestors or the theme of the week.
Alan's theme this week is
BONES- and or the making and use of "them there bones" like
Here at the Smithsonian with the rebuilding of a gigantic animal. Washington, D.C. March 24, 1938 With Dr. Charles Gilmor, Paleontologist. These bones were found in western Utah and are the bones of a Sauropod- a species of the dinosaurs that ruled the earth 80,000,000 to 150,000,000 years ago. He's pictured here fitting the 32 - foot tail of the monster together.
I had all the intentions of being a themer this week, but just as I began picking away at bones, (and being summer and all) my thoughts went to
things living rather than not.
PLANNING A LIFE
September 11, 1937
Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. with his bride
the former Miss Ethel Dupont
arriving at the Washington Airport
on their way to
Absolute total and complete
Mr. and Mrs. Soul Mates
December 12, 1874
Some give their vows for more than themselves.
The Importance of Nuns, with orphaned children.
Nuns clamming at Long Island.
For them, it's a worthy life.
While others share their vows for the love of each other.
The Watson Wedding
June 10 1942
The simple joys of motherhood.
Little Fork, Minnesota a mother and her babe.
The Wedding Coach
March 24, 1922
Princess Mary's wedding coach and after her marriage
Countess of Harewood
she was the only daughter of
King George V and Queen Mary
The Bridal Party
Mr. Allisson's wedding.
So be sure to pay attention to any Cupids you may meet along the way!
They Dew Drop
in at the most unusual moments!
If you really wish to dig into some bones, meaty or not, or perhaps post your own just