A really old photo

Ellyn got a printer/scanner/copier/floor waxer/meat slicer for Christmas just past, so when they were down a couple weeks ago, she took home one of our old photo albums because we want to get them all scanned before they fade any worse than they already have.

It is odd what you find sometimes. This one was taken just after Larry and I disembarked from the Mayflower back in 1620, when we first came to America.l_d_mayflowerBig hair was all the rage back then.

have a great day my friends!

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14 Responses to A really old photo

  1. Anonymous says:

    You look great. Larry looks like he is saying "I find American woman. I marry her so I can stay in this wonderful country."


  2. Ashleigh says:

    You sure look good for being over 300 years old and pretty stylish too.


  3. Cam says:

    Nice photo. I lived five minutes from there for four years. They’re going to build a huge Hollywood movie studio there now!

    Do you recommend the scanner used (model, etc.)?

  4. Deb says:

    I love your sense of humor! Thanks for the morning smile!

  5. Mental P Mama says:


  6. Flea says:

    Funny how the Mayflower looks younger than you. :)

    I remember, as a kid, going to see one of Columbus’ ships – a reproduction of one – which came to New Orleans. No pictures, though. I think my mom has them. Heh. Yours is so much more, um, beautiful.

  7. Daryl says:

    How wonderful .. I did this recently tho my scanner didnt come with the floor waxer option and now I am truly bummed (I used that word because it sort of goes with the photo)

  8. GreenJello says:

    Hee! I just pulled out some old pictures that had Big Hair on everyone.


  9. Janis says:

    I didn’t think women were allowed to show that much skin or wear pants back in 1620. Larry married a wild woman. :D

  10. noble pig says:

    That photo is a priceless one into your past! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Trannyhead says:

    You look GREAT for a woman who is in her 400’s. HAWT! ;-)

  12. Country Girl says:

    Hilarious! I love that her printer also does floors and cuts meat.

  13. Mary says:

    oh man, I had that perm, too. Except mine didn’t take on top. You can imagine how wonderful that looked…



  14. Egghead says:

    Wow you were a rebel for 1620. Kind of daring attire don’t you think?

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