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Thursday, December 23, 2010

HOLIDAY POSTCARD GREETINGS AND COMPUTER GREETINGS TO ALL




I don't know who Fannie Scovel was but I thought she resembled my great- grandmother when I found this postcard years ago. It's an early photographic card with a printed holiday wish and a comment, "with my flowers." Obviously an important added sentiment by Fannie.

In this new age of computers and blogs I wish all citizens of the world the opportunity to live in peace and love with understanding and kindness.

-- barbara

8 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas and a happy and restful New Year to you, too, Barbara xxx :)

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  2. May yon have a lovely Christmas, Barbara, and a continuously interesting set of discoveries in the new year. Reading your blog and exchanging comments both here and on my blog has been a pleasure. You've added much to my enjoyment of the blogsphere.

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  3. Happy Yuletide to you and Fannie!

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  4. A wonderful card! She reminds me of my Aunt Mamie.

    Merry Christmas, Barbara!

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  5. I hope you had a Merry Christmas! Fannie reminds me of my grandmother.

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  6. Janet - thanks for the comment. Any woman that sends a card at Christmas with the sentiment "with my flowers." has got to be a sweet person and aren't most grandmothers sweet.

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  7. June, Your posts open up subjects that I have not given much thought too. It's wonderful to have the mind opened up to new thoughts about what is happening in the world -- and, this is what I read about on your posts, thanks - barbara

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  8. Jayne, Darcy, and Vicki, A Happy Holiday to you all -- always enjoy your kind words -- barbara

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