6 word saturday

In labour fifty years ago today

My lovely daughter was born at 9.30 am on Scottish national poet Robert Burns’s birthday.   I have no tiny baby pictures – in those days everything was on ciné, much to my regret!   Here is the youngest one I can find:  , Sally  at 5 months cropped from a group and enlarged beyond what is reasonable.  She was 5 months old then!

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21 Responses to 6 word saturday

  1. Precious photo, Viv. Happy 50th to your daughter. 🙂

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  2. Jo Woolf says:

    Many Happy Returns to your daughter! That’s a cute photo! 🙂

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  3. Jim says:

    🙂 Happy Birthday, Sally ~~ Does she have a blog?
    🙂 I read Tilly Bud, she has a nice blog.
    😉 Nice ‘poem’ today. I wish I had read it before …
    ..

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  4. Stormcat says:

    I wish I would have thought about the poem before I read the explanation. I’m sure it would have evoked a completely different meaning had I read it in a vacuum. Nonetheless the meaning as you intended it is really lovely. Birthday Congratulations to mother and child alike.

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  5. Happy Birthday to Sally! I hope the celebrations are going well. 🙂

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  6. Tonya Jastad says:

    Happy Birthday Sally and Congratulations to mum!

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  7. Happy birthday to your lovely daughter Sally! And congratulations to you as well since you did all the hard work that day 50 years ago 😀

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  8. Congratulations!. My first was born on Dec 28, and every Christmas I walk around remembering the incredible experience. Enjoy the memories!

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  9. Karen S. says:

    How wonderful, and you have all those beautiful memories!

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  10. Gillena Cox says:

    congrats to you and your gorgeous girl; have a nice Saturday

    much love…

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  11. Judy says:

    Congratulations on becoming a Mom 50 years ago. Without your daughter you wouldn’t have been one.

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  12. thehutts says:

    Thanks to Crowing Crone Joss and Restlessjo. I forgot to say that your grandson played me Happy Birthday by ear on the family piano this morning! Sally

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  13. The best six word Saturday of the year! Happiest of birthdays to your Sally. She has a wonderful Mum!

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  14. restlessjo says:

    Awwh! How funny- my James was born on 23rd and I always end up thinking back to the hospital on his birthday. I was a fortnight overdue and had to go in to be induced. I was not at all amused. But it’s all worth it in the end, isn’t it, Viv? He came home for a birthday celebration this year, so that was nice.
    My 6WS will be seriously late again this week. Catch you later 🙂 Love to Sally!

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  15. thehutts says:

    Thanks for the beautiful tree enamel from Harry! It will have pride of place somewhere in the study. Other wonderful presents I have had include a fantastic wind up/solar powered radio come torch come clock and a daylight bulb to got with a new lamp for your/my music cabinet from the boys; and a 101 uses of baler twine from some good friends. Love Sally

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  16. thehutts says:

    Thanks Mum – I have those cine films and will take them to get them put on to CD soon. I have been getting training on all things archival with folks from the Northumberland Archive and they can get them done for me. Love Sally

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