Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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Moon Rising Over Neguac Beach, NB, Canada

Moon Rising Over Neguac Beach, NB, Canada
Moon Rising Over Neguac Beach, Neguac, New Brunswick, Canada

Thursday, November 26, 2015

SepiaSaturday November 28, 2015

Hello Fellow Sepians, I thought I would submit this picture taken from the Our Miramichi Heritage Photo site.  It depicts three girls around our park fountain in what was known as Newcastle, around the turn of the century.   We have amalgamated into a city called Miramichi since early 1990's.

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Thursday, November 5, 2015

SepiaSaturday November 7, 2015

This time around, I thought I would submit this picture I took while visiting my son, his wife and little grand daughter on Prince Edward Island.  I had an old camera I was fooling around with and snapped a few pictures, this was originally two pictures, one of the three of them, and one of me and the little one.  It somehow got meshed all into one!

Although I submitted my next picture before for another theme, I thought I would submit it again, this is a picture of my Dad in his father's old car, and I do believe that little spirit at the foreground is my brother, Maurice when he was just a little tyke.  Looks kind of spooky........

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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

SepiaSaturday, October 31, 2015

This week, I looked and looked and could not find a woman looking at a mirror or a rough looking dude with a chapeau.  So I decided I would go for the hairstyle, when in doubt, go with the hairstyle I say.....

This photo was found in between the walls at my Mother's Inn a few years ago.  They were renovating and came across it.  We don't know who she is so we dubbed her "The Mystery Lady".  She is very beautiful and she might have been looking at a mirror, who knows?  I will always wonder why this beautiful picture was hidden in between the walls........If walls could talk......

Then in the spirit of Halloween, I thought I would throw in some pictures of me in costumes through the years.  Miss Piggy and the French Maid had the most fun, think I will go out again this Halloween and kick up my heels.  I have to admit though, the last time I went out as Miss Piggy, it was during the Swine Flu epidemic, and I didn't get many dances, men must have been scared of catching the swine flu or maybe they were scared of Kermit the Frog......

This, believe or not was not a wig, it was my very own hair, wish I had the color back, this was in the year 2000, not that long ago.....

Hoping you stop over to www.sepiasaturday.blogspot.com  to see many more haunting pictures, funny pictures, old pictures, oh well, I'm sure you get the drift.......Happy Halloween to those who partake in that silly stuff......

Friday, October 16, 2015

SepiaSaturday October 17, 2015

I looked at the prompt picture and went searching for something to submit.  I found these three pictures, hope they fill the space.

Now, my Mother and Father, my two brothers and me, (I was definitely not looking left.  This was around 1952 or 1953.  A few years later, Mom and Dad were to have 3 more children, 2 girls and 1 boy, all within 3 years!!!

----my daughter and her husband, they are looking to the left as were the ones in the prompt picture! 
 Last but not least, my beautiful daughter and her handsome husband, they are definitely looking left as are the ones in the prompt picture!!

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Saturday, October 10, 2015

SepiaSaturday, October 10, 2015

I looked high and low, and could not find a photo that closely resembled the expressions on those poor unhappy face that was the prompt for this week, so came up with these:

These are my three Great Aunts, Sarah, Sophie, and Roseanne.  When my Mother opened her house as an inn a few years back, she named the 3 rooms after these find looking ladies.  When my mother retired and sold the Inn, the new owners kept the name on the doors.

In keeping with the "three in a picture", I am presenting this one of the Grandmother, Marie, her sister, Marguerite and her husband, Maurice, who I think was an avid photographer.  These two ladies are sisters to the three ladies in the picture above.  These sisters, my great aunts were very fashionable dressers!!

 I must have dipped into my great aunts and my grandmother's genes, I like to dress up too!  Here I am pictured going to a Victorian Tea with an elderly neighbor of mine, she loved to dress up too!!

For many more pictures go to  www.sepiasaturday.blogspot.com   Happy Thanksgiving weekend to all those who celebrate it in the Sepian world!!

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Getting ready to retire, November, 2015

I have decided to retire, well, semi retire in November of this year.  I am retiring from the Real Estate business, but thought I would start a little sewing business at home.  I received my new business cards this week, now I have to distribute them so I can build a little clientele before I actually retire.  It will give me something to do, but still regulate when I want time off to do other things, like joining people for tea, traveling, etc.  Wish me luck!!!!

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

SepiaSaturday, April 25, 2015

There were several themes one could pick up on, I went with hairdos: some were mine, some were others, but I'm sure we all thought we were the cat's meow at the time.......

I will start with my beautiful Mom, I can still remember her at her vanity combing out her hair, I thought her so beautiful, she is still good looking at 85!  I hope I carry her gene. (That's me with the short bob hairstyle).

A mother of a friend, not sure of the date.

Above is my pretty stern looking great grandmother with her hair in a very tight bun!

My lovely great Aunt Marguerite around the '20's.

My best friend and I had just stepped out of the beauty salon in early 1960's, can't you tell?  My hair was backcombed and teased to within an inch of its life!!!  But we thought we were adorable!!  The first of many "selfies".

Later on, I thought a perm was in order, so here I am with my son, David, and my daughter, Christina around 1975.  It was all the rave, an Afro perm!!

Last, but not least, my Dad donned a wig for this shot with my sister, Dianne and me in early 1970's.

Well, I hope you enjoyed a walk down hairdo memory lane with me, for more hairy scary photos, go to  www.sepiasaturday.blogspot.com, bye for now.  Rosie