There is nothing more wonderful than looking into the eyes of your first born…seeing her brave smile atop the highest point of the ferris wheel! Yep…I am just a bit afraid of heights! #Rosebud
Thanks to our friends at Fork Rescue Squad and the wonderful actors who helped us produce the stroke awareness videos in Townville, SC. #TownvilleStrong #stroke #strokemonth
Breaking apart and repairing another box camera. This one is an Ansco No. 2 Buster Brown camera probably made around 1906, originall priced around $2.00. It uses Ansco no. 4a film or 120 film. Love these old box cameras!
Super proud of Aron Gilliam! She has done so well as a #ProjectSearch intern at AnMed Health! She has been a wonderful story to follow the last nine months. #storytelling #diversity #inclusion
I am so proud of La-Keisha! She has truly emerged from her shell. She was so quiet during her first interview close to 9 months ago, now her confidence is so evident! #ProjectSearch has been a great influence on her professional life!
Home means so many things to so many people. I think back when I was working in Phoenix, and people would ask…where is your home? I would say Clemson. Now, when people ask where is home, I say Anderson, SC.
When I think of our home, I think of our 100 year old home. We think it is around 100 years old, at-least that is what the public records show…dating back to around the 1920’s.
There is nothing better than a good ole fashion pounding, something I had never heard of before this past week.
“Pounding” is a tradition where a church family stocks the new pastor’s pantry and refrigerator with food. The custom dates back to the original Quakers
I love this image on so many levels. This was shot with a Kodak Brownie Target Six 20 box camera, which dates back to 1946. It uses 620 Film which is almost the same as 120 film. I had it developed at The Darkroom in California who provides high-resolution scans of the images. I am just amazed at the clarity of this image coming from such an old camera with old glass.