Sepia Saturday #334: Jumping Around

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Sadie received this card for her 5th birthday in September of 1941 from her uncles Hank and Adam and soon-to-be aunt Kitty. The young lady jumps up into the air when the card is opened wide. Her brother/playmate is occupied with a fluffy dog. They both have matching shirts with blue and red stripes.

So, I searched and searched and searched for someone jumping rope among my photos. No luck! But I did find a picture of my niece Madeline jumping off the end of a slide at Brundage park in Randolph, Morris County, New Jersey. The pictures were taken 15 July 2006 when Madeline was 4 years old. And she’s dressed a lot like the kids on the card with a striped shirt and a light colored pair of skorts.

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And I’m sure her Uncle Chris did some jumping to get down from the top of this jungle gym….

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Don’t jump Uncle Chris!!

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Madeline Rae Sofio conquering Silver

And there was some jumping around to get from one rocking animal to another at this park.

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Madeline Rae Sofio taking on a seal

That’s my very short take on jumping and playing around.

 

 

 

 

 

The concept behind these weekly Saturday posts can be found at Sepia Saturday Intro.
Theme taken from Sepia Saturday photo: Jumping

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3 thoughts on “Sepia Saturday #334: Jumping Around

  1. What a cute card. For matching the Sepia Saturday theme it’s perfect. Cute little Madeline. I wonder if she’s surprised to see herself on your blog now that she’s 10 years older!

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