Friday, February 21, 2014

Friday Smiles

Hi All.  Today I'm joining in with Annie at A Stitch In Time for Friday Smiles.   My brother sent me a video that one of my cousins put together.  It's of my mom's family - she was the youngest of nine.  There is only one brother left now so when I watched this video it really brought back wonderful family memories.

I took a couple of stills of the video as they really did bring a smile to my face.  

This is me with my Grandpa Wilson (my mom's dad).  You can see how old he was when I was just a baby in his arms.  He was an oil man that moved from Oklahoma to California.  Part of a pinky finger was gone and I remember being fascinated.  He pretend to put the tip back on and I would think it was magical.  

When I was a bit older he always had M&Ms in his top dresser drawer for me.  I'd sit on his lap and we'd share the bag.  What a special treat for me and now a special memory.  Unfortunately he passed away when I was around four - five.
And this is may be my first nude.  I didn't get any offers from any magazines, but that's okay.   

What brought a smile to your face today?

Peace,
Kay




9 comments:

Annie said...

Aw what a little cutie you were and what special memories.
Hugs,
Annie x

MaryH said...

Hi Kay, This is so sweet & I thoroughly enjoyed seeing you as a little bitsy. What a cutie you were (and still are). Sure hope that things are moving along well for you. I can see why this video must have recaptured a lot of joy for you. TFS it with us. Hugs & have a happy wkend.

Brenda Brown said...

What great photos and memories Kay, I have Wilsons in my family too, it was my maiden name.
Have a great weekend. xx

Nan G said...

How special those pics are! Thank you for sharing them with us. Everyone is so happy and enjoying being with you. Hugs

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

It's a shame you missed your calling. I'm sure Playboy will be calling soon. Yep, I'm smiling (and grinning from ear to ear, too).

Laura said...

Aw, precious memories.
And ooh-er, I'm not allowed to look at nudey pics!! :)
Thanks for the smiles,
Laura

Princess Judy Palmer said...

LOL! I don't know why the magazines weren't falling all over you to sign you up. What great family memories. I feel sad about all these fractured families these days. I think many kids today miss out on a host of relatives and fond memories like M&Ms in a dresser drawer.

Hettie said...

Aw Bless!
With my grandfather it was lemon puff biscuits!! Happy thoughts!
xx

Sandee Setliff said...

LOL, I love the pin up shot, I am surprised the magazine offers didn't roll in, you are such a cutie!! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥