That's me sitting on my Dad's knee with that chipmunk grin on my face. I'm guessing the photo was taking in late '64 or early '65. And we were probably in Charleston, South Carolina, where we lived at the time. I wonder why my sister is so fascinated with the lawn?
I love my two dogs, Coco and Belle. I remember the dogs I had as kids, Boomer, Peppy and Caesar. I can remember my dad talking about his dog Smokey and how he claimed that the one time he ever get in trouble was for tying Smokey to the water heater. I believe the "one... Continue Reading →
This picture was found in some of my dad’s things: But who are these people and when was it taken? The boy holding the dog is my father. The woman standing in the photo is my great aunt, Eva Gillespie. The girl on her left is my Aunt Madeline, my father’s sister. I talk to... Continue Reading →
My Uncle Paul loved Andy Griffith, especially the Andy Griffith show. He says all of life lessons could be learned from the show. It seemed to be a simpler time back then didn't it? When we look back, life made more sense, people were more pleasant, life was easier. At least in our memories. My... Continue Reading →
This picture was buried in a box. It's the only picture I've ever seen of my great grandfather, Adam Franklin Feazell. My cousin confirmed his identity. This was a very good genealogy day. Adam Franklin Feazell was the son of John Draper FEAZELL and Idella Josephine SNAVELY. He was born in Smyth County, Virginia on... Continue Reading →