Category Archives: series / match-ups

28 years apart

mother (1989) —> daughter (2017) — high school senior photos The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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can you figure it out?

Let’s see if you can figure out what is the common thread in all these pictures. Wanna take a guess?

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wearing daddy’s shoes

It seems every time I connect a match-up, it becomes my new favorite. So I limit myself to one at a time, because that’s how the word favorite works. Like the word unique. Something can’t be very unique, now can … Continue reading

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look what i started

Since I measure time by the years my children were born, I can date this picture around 1977. Taylor was a baby. He had chicken pox and I was still nursing him, but I left him and his older siblings … Continue reading

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2011 and five years later

We are back on US soil eager to share our Thanksgiving story with y’all. I’ve chosen some pictures (imagine!) and will put together a post while visiting with the Andersons here in Queen Creek, Arizona. At least that’s my goal! … Continue reading

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determined

What’s that saying— “The more things change the more they stay the same”? Look at the match-up of Rachel’s face! Determined.

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younger older

I dearly love my match-ups. This one is especially fun because it shows my dear man in two seasons of his life, demonstrated by a wedding band in the younger one and a wedding tattoo on the older one.

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