Monthly Archives: December 2018

Mysteries of the Old Photo Album (part 4) Family Found!

I was speaking with a friend last night and we were talking about what happens to someone’s prized possessions and photos when those people are no longer with us. What’s priceless to one person, worthless to another. Memories fade with … Continue reading

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Mysteries of the Old Photo Album (part 3): The Story of the Greeting Cards

To Peter Cherney A time forgotten is found again. Pete. Can I call you Pete? I know Mary did. I know while she waited for you to come home from the service, she called you Pete. After reading those letters … Continue reading

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Mysteries of the Old Photo Album (part2): Love Letters From Mary

I poured over the scrapbook of memories found at the flea market. The pages fragile, worn, breaking to the touch. So many pictures of Peter Cherney in his sailor uniform. He was proud of his service you can tell. And … Continue reading

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Mysteries of the Old Photo Album (part one): Snap Shots of a Life Well Lived

To Peter Cherney, I couldn’t let it happen. I COULDN’T. Last month I saw this tattered old photo album for sale at a flea market amongst other old postcards and albums at a vintage stand. Those things always catch my … Continue reading

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