For the 52 Ancestors challenge, I chose this photo of my mother, Gail Lee McGhee, with her family. Although this one is cropped so part of the words are missing, I know the label said, “Ruth, Clarence, Melba and Gail – J.W. Teter lease. 1928.” Photos showing a family and their home tell us so […]
The theme this week for the 52 Ancestors Challenge is “I’d like to meet…” The person I’d like to meet is an unidentified person in our family photo collection. Who is this mystery child? If I stood face-to-face with the little girl, I’d say, “Hi, what’s your name?” Hopefully, she would reply with “I am […]
By Gail Lee Martin Flying with the Photo Reconnaissance Squadrons during World War II, Ralph Martin, a farm kid from Greenwood County, Kansas felt like he was mapping the whole world. Leaving the farm and home in 1941, Ralph went to Wichita to work at Boeing to do his part to help win the war. […]
2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Gail and Clyde’s 60th Anniversary”
Nice to see it here. I enjoyed reading it again on what would have been their 69th anniversary. They had 66 years together.
How wonderful that you have this. And what a perfect way to celebrate – all the family coming together. Love like that is rare and you got to witness it firsthand. Thank you so much for sharing.