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By Belinda

Just a few of the photos of Rob and I through the years that I came across here. The first is in England, the second in Holland and the third in Canada in the 1970's during my brief platinum blond phase--actually I've had a few of those! :)


Marilyn said…
Treasures all! I love going through the photos, though it can be an exhausting mental trip for me, back over decades. These are super!
Susan said…
The two of you don't seem very enamoured of each other in England, but in Holland, you look so happy!
Brenda B said…
Buffy is on your lap!! I loved that cat!
From Holland to Holland Landing ... it's been a journey!
Belinda said…
Marilyn, so true. We are both emotionally drained but it is so good to be here with Rob and to be able to support each other through this time. We share so much "history," and some of it is sad and painful. We always focus on the happy, but at times like this, you can't help look back...
Belinda said…
Yes Brenny--it is Buffy! Buffy the Calico deep pile cat! :)
Belinda said…
Dave and Susan--the journey continues! It isn't over by any means. I know that there are happy adventures ahead for Rob--and who knows where?

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