Friday, May 20, 2016

Learning to Walk -Postcard Friendship Friday #314

I remember when my youngest brother was learning to walk.  I was ten years old and he was the light of my life.  We were all at Grandma's house.  There's even a picture from that long ago day.  He took his first steps--arms outstretched, toddling toward me, to land in my arms. 

Funny how life goes.  Such precious memories and life is so different now.  Sometimes I wish I could go back to those beautiful innocent days of childhood. 

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Irene said...

what a great memory, my brother always reminds me that I taught him to tie his shoelaces. love the card. Keep well my friend.

Paul van Yperen said...

Dear Beth, beautiful this memory of your brother. I wondered where the card came from. It's a German card with a German stamp but perhaps sent to someone in Denmark? Happy PFF!