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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sepia Saturday = Jack-O-Lantern

My father. Burlington, Indiana. October 1936.

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45 comments:

  1. He's a punkin in a punkin! LOL!

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  2. lol. like your comment...great picture...hard to remember them that small...

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  3. Oh my goodness Betsy. THAT is just plain cute. I hope you have that in a frame somewhere.

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  4. He is gorgeous, what a wonderful photo.

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  5. That does it. I'm getting a pumpkin I can fit in.

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  6. One of the few Sepia Saturday entries I wish I could see in color!

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  7. Oh, Betsy! That is the cutest thing I have ever seen! Thanks for sharing! Happy weekend!...hugs...Debbie

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  8. Very cute! The expression on his face is priceless : )

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  9. Oh my! So cute! Definitely a ten on the cuteness scale!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  10. How cute can he get... I love his little cap!

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  11. This photo is amazing...such a cute one and so long ago...

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  12. Matty ~ the little print I have of it is only 1x2" I bring it out every october and clip it on my letter holder on my table in the front hall.

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  13. Silver ~ unlike my usual self who is always turning color photos into black and white, this one was black and white to begin with! It would be nice in color, I agree!

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  14. an amazing photo. perfect for sepia saturday and the fall season!

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  15. What an adorable photograph! Even as small as he is, it had to be a large pumpkin. Cute!

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  16. I think the whole Halloween thing has really only taken off in the UK fairly recently so it is fantastic to see a photo like this from so far back. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. :-)

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  17. Hi Betsy ~ Using Starbucks internet to visit a couple of friends.

    Love grandpa in the pumpkin!

    The colors in Tahoe are lovely..taking pictures.

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  18. Such a bonny well cared for boy, and...a huge pumpkin..I wonder if he got messy from being on the inside??? Great memory...and he grew up to have you..you are blessed.

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  19. He is very cute in the pumpkin. I have a wee neighbour just turned one that he reminds me of..she comes out on their deck and waits for me to come out on mine and she waves and blows me kisses. A lovely age.

    What a journey you have been on with your 5 lovely men. I worked in Special Education for 20 years and have loved friends, now adults,with autism,and their parents.

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  20. Betsy, this has to be one of the best yet!

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  21. That is the cutest baby inside a pumpkin.;) Lovely picture Betsy,
    xoxo

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  22. What a wonderful photo.
    I didn't know Sepia Saturday existed.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

    Laura
    White Spray Paint

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  23. precious!!

    love the new seasonal look of mfm!

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  24. 1936 !!! i just love this..
    hi betsy...happy to see you at farmhouse and YES!!! i just signed up for mr. toasts christmas tea and i can't wait. last year was so much fun...and i am bringing teddy...in his finest attire :-)

    i need to get a dress..i'll start looking next week...and i asked mr. toast about the sidebar posting too...we will see what he says...

    have a great october sunday, my sweet friend

    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  25. Isn't that just the epitome of a Halloween shot? Really sweet!

    Thanks for visiting acadianeire.wordpress.com Betsy!

    Kat

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  26. Crystal Mary ~ I wondered the same thing...if he got his little outfit all slimmy!

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  27. Laura ~ after you help Nancy get all moved in and settled, you'll have to join in!

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  28. Kary ~ oh good...looking forward to seeing you and Teddy at the tea. :)

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  29. How precious to have a snapshot like that for the family.

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  30. What a great photo. He looks a little surprised to be there. (I'll bet he was pleased when THAT one got showed around his friends and girlfriends when he was growing up!)

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  31. Hi Betsy, thank you for following T-Everyday. I enjoyed the picture of your father sitting very bemused in this big pumpkin. Very cute and lovely for Sepia Saturday. Have a nice week. T.

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  32. aren't you the lucky daughter to have such a great photo of your daddy. i LOVE this.

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  33. Oh how slimy would that have been. Great photo, cute.

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  34. OH, that is beyond adorable!!!
    :)~
    HUGZ

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