Sixty Years Ago

On this date in 1950 a little girl who was almost five years old and her father went shopping downtown in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. It was a special day, the little girl had just become a big sister. She helped her father pick out a lovely gift for her mother. They took the gift to the hospital where she met her little brother. The little girl remembered the story or it would have been lost forever.

 
Far Guy will forever be the little brother, and his sister forever the big sister.

  
The pearls are now in the possession of our eldest daughter, Trica. She is "the keeper of the pearls." The pearls that are as old as her father. She has been instructed to share them with her sister..

 

Jen wearing the pearls, we laughed the day I took this photo..they look so glamorous with a T shirt..but she has the right coloring to look fantastic in these pearls.

Trica is also to share them with her daughters and her nephews brides. Someday they will be handed down..perhaps after a wedding or a birth.

 Happy Birthday Far Guy! :)
 

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6 Responses to Sixty Years Ago

  1. TechnoBabe says:

    That is a great picture of baby Far Guy. I like the way baby pictures were taken then. We can see the arms and legs! You are right your daughter has nice coloring with the pearls. Best wishes to Far Guy for a wonderful birthday!

  2. Ann says:

    Are you baking a cake??????????? Love the pictures. Hope you both have a good day.

  3. Sarah says:

    Happy Birthday!

  4. street rod's sister says:

    Happy Birthday Far Guy! Oh how little brother and I enjoyed playing with your go-cart when you and the big guys took off. So many great memories! Love the photos.

  5. Lisa Johnson says:

    Happy Birthday to Farguy.
    Hope you bath had a wonderful day & are feeling better.
    Family traditions are awesome.

  6. Avatar of abra la mente says:

    Happy Belated Birthday to Farguy! I love your instructions to the girls on the use of the pearls. It is nice to know that all the women, whether born in to or married in to the family, will get to share inthis tradition. :-)