One of my relatives posted this picture of my Aunt Irene from the 1920s (with her bestie, Gail) and I pulled it off and printed it for myself (the lesson is—any pic you post can be copied and printed by any of your fb "friends" or "friends of friends" or whoever is allowed to see your pics). Since it's my aunt, I feel that was okay to do, but it's kinda weird to know that any of your pics can be printed anywhere...doncha think?
At any rate, Aunt Irene was a flapper of sorts in our small town, even
though when I knew her, she was just an kind older woman who let me stay
way too often at her house. They had a lovely house with lots of
gorgeous woodwork and a red kitchen stool that I always commandeered
when I visited.
When I saw this picture, I had to make a scrapbook page
of it. Cool car, cool clothes and saucy-looking Auntie. I used a bunch
of Glitz products for this page. Unfortunately, their website is no
longer up and running, although you can still buy their products here and there.
Love vintage family photos because they can give you a glimpse into the past and the people who came before you. I like the family stories that get passed around too for the same reason. Hope you have some good ones!