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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

ABC Wednesday: Y is for young


The photograph I use for my blogger profile picture is one taken when I was quite young.

carver as a child
The next photograph was taken, when I was a relatively young adult, by my husband a few years after we were married.
Carver 1980s
I am not so young anymore but I thought I'd end with a shot taken a year ago to show the woman behind the blog. As I have left my youth behind, there is clearly a lot more of me than there was when I was young.
carveramybook
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29 comments:

Denise said...

Hi Carver, I enjoyed looking at your photos. So nice to meet you from such an early age to the person you are now. A lovely post.

Cezar and Léia said...

Carver, girl...You are ADORABLE!
This post is a gift for your friends, thanks so much for sharing your pictures and memories.
Young is a perfect choice for this theme.
I think the secret of happiness is keeping this feeling, this kid inside our heart!
**and after some days out of home, now I need to come back to my laundry here...hehehe
hugs
Léia

Daryl said...

You look great! And this is a perfect post for Y

EG Wow said...

How cool to see how you have changed over the years, Carver! But I suspect you still are YOUNG - at least you feel like inside. I know I do. :)

Gigi Ann said...

I love viewing pictures of us as we mature. You look great, and I think there is a lot more of all of us now than when we were teeny-boppers. I know for sure that is my case.

Sylvia K said...

Your photos are wonderful! And how fun to be able to put a face to a blogging friend! I love it! Definitely a perfect post for the Y Day!! And you look terrific! Hope your week is off to a great start!

Sylvia

RuneE said...

Which youth have you left behind?
Your far younger than me, so that means YOUNG :-)

Leslie: said...

Ah, lassie! Youth is only a state of mind....mind you, some days I feel not so young! lol

Kay L. Davies said...

You still have the exact same smile you had as a child. Wonderful.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Jedediah said...

Thanks for sharing, I've always like your profile pic and it's nice to seem how you look now :) I also adore the furniture in the last shot.

Wanda said...

Hi Carver ~~~ Loved the pictures... Haven't we all taken that road to "older" ~~ no let's say to Maturity.

It's so fun to put a face with the blog!!!

Happy New Year!

Jingle said...

3 lovely images,
you look cute indeed.

Roger Owen Green said...

I agree- youth is a lot in the mind, and it seems you still have it!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Tumblewords: said...

A wonderful post, Carver! Nice to see you in several of your beautiful stages!

richies said...

Oh to be young again. My Grandpa told me that youth was wasted on the young. To bad we can't have lived our youth with the life experience we have now.

An Arkies Musings

photowannabe said...

I'm afraid there's a lot more of me than there was when I was Young too. Great pictures and i enjoyed seeing the person behind the camera.

Hildred and Charles said...

Really enjoyed your photos, Carver, - I can still see the sweet little girl shining out!

Mom vs. the boys said...

oh that's fantastic, the lady behind all those beautiful photos each week!

Paula Scott said...

Now I know what the adult Amy looks like! Oh, to be young again, huh? Although, I'd like to keep my wisdom.

Ann said...

Time has changed, but your smile has not.

MacDougal Street Baby said...

I don't think you've changed much. That smile radiates through all three photographs!

Indrani said...

Wow! Nice series. You are truly adorable! :)

Carver said...

Thanks to everyone for visiting. By the way, my first name is Carver. Amy isn't my name but I think someone went to the flicker sight and saw the last picture had Amy in the file name. The reason for that is someone I know named Amy wanted pictures of friends for a project so her name was in the file name for the picture.

kenju said...

I enjoyed seeing the photos and like you, there is a lot more of me than there used to be!

Johnny Nutcase said...

aw great idea for a post! love the pics!

Genie said...

Hi, Carver....You look perfect to me though I do LOVE that original photo. The dress reminds me of the ones I wore. It is so precious. I think you look great in all 3 shots. Aging is such a JOY! LOL Genie

lissa said...

it's refreshing to see undoctored photos. cute hair cut in the first photo, very adorable.

Jay at The Depp Effect said...

What a great series of photos! Lovely to see you change from a very young girl to the woman you are today! And - clearly, with the benefit of hindsight - you of today can be seen in you of yesterday.

michael bird said...

You photos remind me again of how much we change - in size and shape and certainly in maturity and wisdom; and how little we change - just look at the smile in the youngster and the exact same smile in the woman in her prime. Thanks for the view into your life and the reminder, Carver.

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