Post early for Christmas. At the end of November, what better way to get us ready for the Christmas season than with a vintage postman. And the postman also fits in with our Sepia alphabet which this week has reached the letter P. So look out your postmen, your poodles, your pots and pans, and your pantechnicons - it is time for Sepia Saturday 548. Simply post a post on or around Saturday 28th November 2020 and add a link to the list below.
Here are the next theme images which will take us up to the Christmas break:-
550 AND 551 COMING SOON
A profile of my bearded great grandfather - quite a character!
My bearded, mustachioed, mutton-chopped, side-burned forebears and then some. :)
P is for Parting thoughts on my recent series on the 1918 pandemic: Bidding Farewell to Uncle Albert Barney Charboneau...and series recap.
I need to start indexing my ancestors by occupation and then I'll have an easier time with matching the Sepia Saturday prompt.
Just cruising on the Blue Ridge Parkway...from yesteryear's postcards.
I'm back this week after a brief break. And back to Jesse Bryan, WW1 and influenza
I believe I have a match for our theme. Musical and hirsute too.
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