~Looking Back~

18 thoughts on “~Looking Back~”

  1. I am so glad someone, you, thought to include writings from the past. I save cards and it is amazing how you can gather the history of families from that communication. I often say..someday penmanship will be an art, much like calligraphy is for us now. Love this.

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  2. Terrific choice Kathleen – altho I must admit I had trouble reading the really beautiful handwriting. It’s such a shame they are no longer teaching cursive writing in school. How will today’s kids write their names??

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  3. These are lovely! It’s the sense of nostalgia that really does it for me. Thank you for sharing them.
    I feel your pain with Wp themes. I’ve been thinking of changing mine and the thought of how much work it’s going to take…

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  4. These are lovely examples of an almost forgotten custom. I have a collection of old postcards too, from the First World War. I don’t tend to add to it these days but I like to look at it occasionally and I’m always fascinated by the stories behind the messages, and I wonder if the soldiers who wrote or received these cards survived the war.

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