Friday, February 20, 2015

Not a Happy Fiddler

It was 1934 when Grandma Marie decided that Mom, then 9, should take violin lessons from the sisters at the Catholic Church.  She bought a violin for $9 and a bow for $5.  Mom hated it but enjoys the memories of her friend Hilda.

 

11 comments:

Beebeebabs said...

Nice LO

Margo said...

Great picture and lovely LO !
Hugs
Margo

Joyce Kers said...

I adore your vintage art and the stories they convey.

Shona said...

its always amazing to hear stories from family so long ago isn't it :) What a beautiful way to keep that memory and story going

Adriana B said...

wonderful work

Tracey said...

Beautiful layout....love the vintage look. What a fabulous photo of your mother.
ps. Hey Cindy..I went back and edited my post and added some info about the photo. You are so right. I did add it too SOUS but forgot on my blog....thanks for the reminder!

Connie Mercer said...

What a great page and memory! Lovely~

Susanne said...

Oh, your page so suits that photo - nicely scrapped.

Trish said...

I love this old photo and how you have scrapped it...beautiful memories

Heather McMahon said...

Gosh - you look so much like your mum! Fabulous page and wonderful memories.

Sharon Fritchman said...

I saw this over at sb.com, so I had to come visit your blog, too, Cindy! I absolutely LOVE the story behind your layout and how you scrapped this amazing treasure of a photo! Your page is a wonderful memory and a beautiful layout, too!