Do you have photos displayed in your home?
By Zhu Huifen
January 13, 2009 9:50am CST
When visiting my friends, I enjoy looking at the photos they display in their home, either on the walls or on the desks. They are memories of the happy time the family members spent together on a special occasion, or when they were young back years. People who have children studying or working abroad are proud to exhibit the photos they received from their kids. I also like to have my photos displayed. The majority of the photos are my grandson from birth to the present. And everytime I am back from travel, I will add to the collection, which maybe replaced by new ones from another trip. Photos record our life and help recall the past, really something to cherish by ourselves and to share with our friends.
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15 Jan 09
Yeah zhuhuifen, looking at the pictures displayed on the walls, desk or shelf and etc could make us to recall those wonderful memorable moment of the past especially those adorable babies and playful kids, beautiful bride and handsome bridegroom, graduating occasion and etc pictures taken in the earlier days. Nowadays we don’t display any photos in our house and we prefer to keep them in the computer, pendrive or DVD or in our cell phone. We save in different devices so that we could keep them much safer and we don’t want to lose any of them. My hubby and I would spend our leisure time enjoy looking at the pictures taken during our foreign trips and at the special occasions once in a while. We have lots of same stories to recall and to talk about while watching at these memorable images which are really precious to us. Happy posting and take care!
• United States
13 Jan 09
I have one wall in my home on which I have photos of my family (from my grandparents to my grandkids). I also have photo albums which are on my coffee table for everybody to look at. Just recently I have added notes to the photos, telling who each person is, the occasion for the photo and any other points of interest. I've done this so in later years the photos will mean something to my grandkids or great grandkids. It is part of their family heritage and will mean more if they have a name and relationship to go with the picture.