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You must have been 6 when you got married.

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Wow, Congratulations on the double 3, I hope you have many more. So it was you that sent me all those clouds, it was bright and sunny and 79°F when I got up and I sent a bunch of sunshine your way, and you sent back a batch of dark clouds.
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Somebody had to post it (might as well be me...)
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You must have been 6 when you got married.
I think I'll keep you, Al lol thank you! Actually, I was 19, turning 20 that August. Ken had just turned 21.

First pic... Christmas Eve, '86. Second Pic... May 16, '87. Ken got a five day leave (that he got an advance on-he hadn't earned it yet) to come home and get married.
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I think I'll keep you, Al lol thank you! Actually, I was 19, turning 20 that August. Ken had just turned 21.

First pic... Christmas Eve, '86. Second Pic... May 16, '87. Ken got a five day leave (that he got an advance on-he hadn't earned it yet) to come home and get married.
Great pictures, Barb.
Just think the kids of today will not have those after as long of time, they will be long gone on an old cell phone or computer that won't run years from now. Picture are the best memories.
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@Herb Stoops thank you. I have most of my pictures digitized, so I can keep them on a disc or thumb drive. I have a slew that I need to have printed, as well. I like to have back ups.
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Barb,

Don't depend on CDs or thumb drives to keep your photos, unless you have three copies of each stored in cool dry places at different locations. CDs were supposed to last a very long time, but they don't. Thumb drives, hard drives, and floppy disks have even shorter life.

I've been doing digital photography since 1997 and have gained considerable experience with this. Even early digital prints don't last as well as the old paper photos and film. There are now special Archive type DVD drives and disks, but they haven't been around long enough to prove just how good they really are yet. Old photos like you posted can be restored and reprinted. I have restored and printed photos from 120 year old glass plate negatives, and these were some of the best quality old photos that I've ever seen. Modern photo technology is good, but the old masters had something that could last longer, if stored well. We aren't really anywhere near there yet with digital photo technology. Keep extra copies in several formats and media, is my best suggestion. For photo file formats, Jpeg is the worst. Tiff when saved at high resolution, is considerably better.

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