1. That’s how I want to go, when my time comes. Discovering something new, laughing with someone I love, making happy memories to leave behind with them… yep, can’t imagine a better way to wind down this life. Thank you for sharing these joyful photos! Your aunt looks like a fun woman – you were so lucky to have her in your life, and be able to call her your own.
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  2. This was lovely. One of those posts I’ll think about for a while and I may even badger people into a few selfies as a result. So nice how you captured your moments with your Aunt – it all shows in such a good way.

  3. Very cute. Really Beautiful. Hi Kim, my first time here. The other day, my daughter, and I were also taking selfie (she wanted to see if my eyebags or ‘puffy eyes’ will be visible). I then asked her, ‘- so you really want to take a selfie?” “No Dad,” she replied. “This is called ‘Self-Us’. There are two of us here.” :)

    The only drawback these days (this generation) is that they don’t print these photos (and if they ever do, I am not aware) anymore. We just see them on FBs, on blogs, or in Flash Drives. I guess I’m ok with that as long as I can always retrieve them. It’s just there is still this old fashion person in me, who is saying that I can look (and smile and cry secretly) at printed photos even in remote mountains and hills.

    Delightful memories are what we are always after. Thank you for sharing yours, Kim.
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