Isn't this a lovely blast from the past? I like this lady's dress and the vibrant fall colors in this postcard. Those pumpkins seem to think she's pretty special, too.
I think I've posted this one before. I decided to add it in today, because this is a childhood dream of mine. I loved the idea of living in a pumpkin house--a little place with pretty round windows, all my very own. As the eldest of six, space of one's own was hard to find sometimes. Ah, but it was great fun to be a part of such a wonderful big family.
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I'm sure those pumpkins would feel the same way about you!
Living in a pumpkin. . like the poem?? You were always ahead of your time . . You were aprt of the tiny house movement before it was "in."
love your post
That first postcard is the most creative Halloween or pumpkin painting I have seen.
I love it! I'm part of a large number of kids too, I can't imagine life anyother way.
Thanks for reminding me that I want to send out some Halloween postcards. I will have a post up tomorrow for PFF
Hi Beth - so glad you're getting better ... The postcards are fascinating aren't they ... telling us about life 'back then' ... cheers Hilary
Happy Postcard Friday, Beth. Good to see that you're back at the track. I'll follow.
I don't have any pumpkin or any other Halloween related postcards so I'm happy to admire them on other blogs.
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