So That's Where I Get It From

June 16, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Paul, Pippin and Demelza Duck!

Filed under: DAILY BLOGGING THEMES, Wordless Wednesday — Tags: , , , — rootsresearcher @ 11:22 pm

Following on from Tombstone Tuesday yesterday about my Great Uncle Frederick and his ducks, I thought it would be ok to follow that today on Wordless Wednesday with a photo taken last week in our garden!  This one is for posterity when our future descendants will see their great great great grandfather (Paul) with our pets!

Original photograph taken by me in our garden 10th June 2010 - copyright 2010



  1. Christine, I love how your pictures are so big. I may try to get mine larger too.
    I liked your post about your father too. I miss both of my parents. My father went before my mother.

    Comment by jo — June 22, 2010 @ 7:20 pm

    • Hallo Jo,

      Thanks for dropping by and for your comment. I am so sorry you have lost both your parents – I am lucky that I still have my dear Mum. My Dad was so very interested in our family history – he would have loved how far back I have researched now and we could have spent endless hours comparing notes, researching things together.

      You say you love how my pictures are so big! I didn’t realise they were big as such!! When I upload them to this blog there seems to be three sizes I can use: a thumbnail, medium and large. Mine tend to automatically go to the large size but in some cases I have had to make the width smaller for the blog as it goes off the page! But others seem to just automatically call themselves medium so I usually just add them as they are. I hope you manage to make yours larger with no problems. I am not at all technically-minded in that way, so not too sure if I can help you if you need any help but if I can I certainly will.

      Kind regards,
      Christine (rootsresearcher)

      Comment by rootsresearcher — June 24, 2010 @ 3:45 pm

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