Moments in Time – Eleanor

I’ve written about her here before. I respected and adored her and felt accepted and loved by my grandmother-in-law.  She lived to the age of 93, long enough to see her children have children, and to know and love some great-grandchildren; and for them to be privileged to know her.

When I saw this picture of her with her sons, it started me thinking about other photos.

36- 1936

So I searched out and found these….

44- Eleanor (2)  63a- 1987 Aug

A little cropping and tweaking, and together we have ….

Eleanor with son,    Eleanor with grandson, and Eleanor with great-grandson.

36a- 1936  44- Eleanor (4)  63a (3)

Moments in time, enjoyed in the moment and captured to enjoy years later. When put together, they tell a story.

Eleanor had enough love to span three generations.

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About Climbing Downhill

Wife and mother of grown kids, in my 50's and dealing with MS, making life's moments count and trying to offer something of value to others along the way. https://climbingdownhill.wordpress.com
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4 Responses to Moments in Time – Eleanor

  1. Declan Groeger says:

    What a fantastic collection of photographs and memories you have – and also the ability to write beautifully about them

  2. stephen says:

    i recently took a trip down that lane thru my father’s photo albums. my youth was extensively documented, and i never fail to find wonderful gems when i take that trip.

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