Photo Friday throwback: The late edition

This weekend, man. Talk about busy! I meant to share this last night when I got back from the last fish fry of 2015, but I was so tired I couldn’t keep my eyes open.
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Anyway, since it’s Easter weekend, this week’s throwback photo is Easter-themed. It was taken on Easter Sunday in 1991 at my aunt’s house, right after my sister, my cousin, and I had finished our Easter egg hunt. My aunt must have been the one who took this picture because my grandparents and my mom are all sitting on the steps with us (along with my cousin’s grandpa). My mom and my grandpa were huge photography buffs, as is my aunt, so family get-togethers when I was growing up involved many, many pictures. And if we were getting together with my great-aunt and her family? More cameras.

You can see where I get my shutterbug-ism from. 🙂

Did you hunt Easter eggs when you were a kid?

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4 thoughts on “Photo Friday throwback: The late edition

  1. Nolsie says:

    Keep up you shutterbug-ism, great photos. We did have Easter hunts when I was young, we now go away for Easter with 5 other families with hordes of young kids and teenagers and have massive egg hunts. I’m eating some of the proceeds as I type this!

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    • Kay Kauffman says:

      Sounds like us – we always go to my husband’s family for Easter, and there are nine or ten families that come (he’s got a lot of cousins). My boys had a great time hunting Easter eggs, and we had a great time visiting with all the relatives we don’t see very often. I hope you had a great time with your hunt! 🙂

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