Sunday, January 11, 2009

Picture Tag

Have you entered my giveaway?

Kristen at Something about Nothin tagged me for a Picture Tag.

1) Choose the 4th folder where you store your pictures on your computer
2) Select the 4th picture in the folder
3) Explain the picture
4) Tag 4 people to do the same

This is definitely a random picture to have show up. :) Ok. To explain it. When my grandmother moved from her apartment in to assisted living, my parents got a lot of her stuff. After my dad passed away and mom moved, I ended up with a lot of that stuff. Really, I ended up with boxes (LOTS of boxes), and I had no idea what was in them. After B and I went under contract on our house, I thought it would be a good idea to go through some of them and see what was in them...and if I really needed it...because what is the point of moving more stuff then you have to? We realized we had no idea what a lot of the stuff was or even if it was valuable. So B decided to take pictures of what was in each box so we didn't have to go through them again in the future wondering what was in them. This was in box 1. I'm still not really sure what it is.

So now to tag 4 people:

HelloSweetWorld (I had to, she's a photographer!) :)
Ann at PottamusWhere?!
Donn24G at Serendipitous Landing
Mama Wheaton at The Unperfect Mom


sandy said...

Random, yet interesting:)

Anonymous said...

This is a really cool idea. I actually have photos on my work computer and my home computer. Maybe i'll do both....hehe. I guess you'll see tomorrow :o)

Mama Wheaton said...

You should send the picture to something like Antique Roadshow. I'll have to go see what's in my folder?

Debi Kelly Van Cleave said...

I'm into antiques. Send me some better views. I can't tell if it's a vessel or what. It looks like it's made out of the same ceramic that old insulators on top of telephone poles are made out of. Anyway, you are so lucky to get boxes of your grandmother's old stuff. Check out my story on my blog, "The Ghost of Pop-Pop's Banjo," which I put on on March 28, 2008. I got

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