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A Line of Women

This is my husband's maternal line from great-great grandmother to oldest daughter. (It is also his youngest sister, for all those of my posterity who might be wondering)


CJ Harley said…
Wow. They all look very similar. Your daughter is gorgeous, by the way.

Side note: Looks like you're doing great with NaNo this year. :o)
cannwin said…
Why thank you. I thought it was pretty amazing how similar they were too.

As for NaNo... my word counter doesn't update so well. I'm actually at 10325. I haven't written today though and I have research to find for a school paper as well as work this evening so we'll see what happens. ;)
Wes and Lindsay said…
So I just want to say that I love looking at the pictures you are posting. I am a very visual person so it is great!
Jamie said…
GG Grandmother looks so much like Boston & Alex (or vice-versa, I guess)--amazing how the genes can trickle down. Beautiful idea.
Winsor said…
I enjoyed this post quite a bit. Your daughter is beautiful.

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