D is for Dud and Dorothy. This is a dud picture taken by my Great Grandfather Fred Tisdale. I love it though, even though everyone is looking goofy, it is a glimpse into my family's life circa 1913. And it's nice to know that I am not the only one running into this problem when taking pictures of my kids! That's my Grandma Hopkins in the back, brother Homer Tisdale on the left and Clifton Tisdale on the right. In the front middle is Grandma's sister Dorothy Tisdale.D is for Dog. This is me Christmas 1976 with my dog Tuffy.
D is for D, my firstborn, my delight. Here he is with my Grandma Hopkins. She held on until she met him and then died two weeks later. She is wearing a lace mohair scarf I knit her and the afghan I crocheted for her. She was so tickled with him and just as delighted as me!
D is for Dipko, my family from Slovakia that has been my biggest genealogical brick wall. This is Alexander Burczinski Smith (changed his name in America) and Annie Dipko Smith. Circa 1890.
D is for Dance, here is D with a little friend from church at a birthday party in January.
D is for Dream. This is my best friend Shelley who has dreamed a long time of raising bees for honey and this year she is working on making that dream come true! This is one of the things I have always admired about her...she has a sense of adventure, plans and makes her dreams come true!
D is for Dirty, which is unavoidable with three kids...unavoidable for Mom too! lol
D is for Digital photography and scrapbooking. This is my first (and so far only!) layout, which I did last year for the girls' 4th birthday. It's on my list of things to work on this year.
D is for Daddy, this is my Daddy circa 1947 in his "diaper doos"! lol
And now for some D websites...