I was tagged by the lovely Linda at You've got your hands full for the Young at Heart Photo Album and I was overjoyed, as I now have a new to me scanner and I want to use it!
So this is me (I am the one with the red shoes on, in case you were wondering) and the wonderful Rupert the Bear posing at Peasholm Park in Scarborough in what will have been the mid 1970's.
Back then I adored Rupert, almost as much as I adored my Dad and Grandad and here we will have been on holiday in our touring caravan, me, mum, dad and Grandpa.
I had an idyllic early childhood, my Grandad lived at home with us and although we didn't have lots of spare cash, we had lots of love and we went on lots of holidays in the UK in our great trailer tent, which was upgraded this year to a touring caravan.
My Dad and Granddad worked together, lived together and also holidayed together and I was always sandwiched between the two. We visited most places in the UK and it was brill. I remember brown curtains, sideburns, getting washed in a bucket and lots and lots of giggles. It was a different time, a more innocent time and in some ways it is what me and MadDad are trying to reproduce with the minimads.
Now on to my taggee
Now on to my taggee
She is sat on her very favourite ride on orange rabbit and actually appears to be all fringe. She has obviously been hard at work doing something as she is sporting a lovely Noah's Ark apron. What else can I tell you about her well she has a lovely baby boy, loves penguins and Cornwall and can not be categorised. She is wonderfully creative and a great baker. Have you guessed who she can be and where she is hiding yet?
Have you guessed who it is? Find your way to her blog where she’ll post her contribution and name her own tagee soon. All she has to do is include the meme name Young at Heart Photo Album in her post so Tara can follow it as it winds its way through all the lovely blogs out there…