Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Ruby Tuesday-Generations


This is a picture of my husband's cousin, Elana, who lives in Tel Aviv. We've never met although we correspond once in awhile. This past year, she and her husband were on a book tour of the US with a book he had written. The tour took them to San Diego where my daughter lives and they stayed with her for three days. Karen got some amazing pictures of Elana and David with my grandkids. I especially love this one of Elana and my grandson, Luka. Such joy in both faces. Thanks, Karen, for letting me steal this picture.

OK, I know you are all busy checking out everyone's Ruby Tuesday but take the time to bookmark me and drop back to check out my blog. I am a retired Special Ed teacher who now lives in paradise on Sanibel Island, Florida which is a Sanctuary Island for wildlife. I volunteer for a wildlife hospital. I am also the proud grandma of 5 wonderful grandkids and brag about them often!! I also have a blog called Branches and Roots where I talk about genealogy and my ancestors. OK, enough about me. So if you really want to see red go to Work of the Poet

7 comments:

Heidi said...

What a priceless picture. There IS such love and joy in both faces. I can see why you treasure it, especially after reading your story!
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Stephanie V said...

That's a beautiful photo. We don't laugh out loud near often enough. Maybe it's the red shirt.

Sheress said...

You can see the sweetness in this picture.

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Queen-Size funny bone said...

the young, the old is what life is made of.

Shama-Lama Mama said...

Funny, Elana and I were just writing back and forth this morning and we mentioned this photo!! lol

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Magical Mystical Teacher said...

In the elder’s arms,
we young feel safe and secure—
safe enough to smile.

My Ruby Tuesday