Feef #004on November 5, 2012 at 0741
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Gewel and her grandmother.
Dawn in Hamshire, Texas.
Amelia attempts to eat the tie of her great-grandmother’s pastor. We took Amelia to church for the first time, at a very enthusiastic little place in Hamshire. It was actually mad fun.
Gewel about seven or eight years ago, from a picture her grandma had.
A photograph of a photograph of Gewel’s grandmother in elementary school. It was the 1930s in Dust Bowl Kansas, near a town by the name of Hutchinson.
Florida. Amelia and the ducks regard each other with interest.
Amelia over Sarasota Bay.
Ca d’Zan, a Venetian palace transported to Sarasota for John Ringling about a hundred years ago.
A weird little statue at the Ringling Museum. Knowing what I know about John Ringling I find this statue very interesting.
Gewel and Amelia at Big E’s. I never got this lady’s name, but she was cool.
Amelia sleeping on the floor in Sarasota.
Amelia and me.
Amelia meets her uncle Charles.
Charles and Gewel and Amelia and I go to visit Gewel’s aunt Tomara and her boyfriend Mike.
Charles and the baby like each other.
Rock star Mom.
Amelia meets her grandma.
A painting I found amusing at the Ringling Museum. I bet if you knew who those two guys on either side of the banner were this would be a very witty commentary.
Fascinating image, all the more so when you know some history of John Ringling. I really like the reflected EXIT sign, the artist should have included that.
One of Mia’s friends (I’m sorry, I forgot your name!) at Ringling. We were trying to do one of those photo trickery things but were undone when we realized wings come out the back, not the front.
They knew how to paint lemons in those days.
The Florida family!
Amelia meets her great-grandmother Mary Sebesta.
Mom and Amelia get along real good.
My dad and my daughter.
Amelia meets the bluegrass.
Amelia meets her great-grandmother Mary Davidson.
Same nose, four generations apart.
Showin’ Amelia how to play in a proper yard.
The mysteries of the piano.
bathin’ in a sink.
Sarah Berry has a particular gift for playing with babies. The rest of these pictures are from the dinner party.
Sierra White, my sister Alix, and my brother in law Paul.
Amelia looks upon Kentucky, wonders how it would taste.
Eating brunch at Willie’s with Ed, Marshall, Cara, and their respective families.
Cara and Amelia. Amelia sat on a lot of laps in this journey.
Amelia really, really loves music.
Four generations. Mary Sebesta, Mary Davidson, Kathy Sebesta, Gewel Kafka-Sebesta, and Amelia Katherine-Esther Kafka-Sebesta.
So many Sebesta!