For almost one year, I have participated in the One Word Photo Challenge hosted by Jennifer Nicole Wells. My first posts were interpretations of a color. When the colors ran out, types of weather became the new challenge, many for which I had a hard time finding photos. This next challenge, read here, is “people, places and things” in an alphabetical list. This one should last for years!
Without further ado, I give you “Ant.” Or in my case, using a homonym, “Aunt.”
This is my only living Auntie. My uncle married her in the late 1960s, bringing her home from Korea (a Korean war orphan). I thought she was the most exotic person I had ever laid my eight year-old eyes on.
In this photo taken last August in Oregon, I had not seen her in over 30 years. As a result of divorce and re-locations, the last time I saw her was in 1979. She, along with her daughters and their families now live in Washington and Oregon.
I cried when I saw her. We had a great time with my cousins and it was fun to reminisce. I hope to see her again next year!
I am an Auntie to these little darlings!
To finish out the One Word Photo Challenge for weather, here is a gallery of my photos from April through November.
Join in the fun and challenge yourself with the interpretations for each of the photo events on WordPress and beyond!
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