Wednesday, July 9, 2008

ABC Wednesday - Y

Aaww... Just one more letter for this round to finish... snif... But I'll be here for the nex one! :0)


Y is for young... and this is me when I was really young!!!

I was 4 years old by then. I was s cute... See how bad we can get after growing up? LOL

I remember that at that time I got ready at home to take this photo at a studio for my kindergarten's enrollment, and my older brother was painting a chair with green paint in our backyard. When I passed by him to leave, he slightly painted my arm with it for fun, but I cried so hard, because I was feeling pretty in my white dress and didn't want anything to spoil it. The paint can be seen on my right arm as a dark stain - mom tried to rub it on our way not to be late, but some was left. That's the reason for my serious face!

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25 comentários:

Andrea said...

You were a pretty little girl and I am sure you grew into a beautiful young lady.

Christine said...

Funny how I have that same hair cut today! Cute "Y"!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Memories! (And brothers!!)

AphotoAday said...

You sure are cute in that pix... And thanks for the explanation of your slightly sad expression...
Horrors -- getting green paint on your pretty dress...

--You know, I spent 15 years of my life working in a very messy paint factory, and I always had a multitude of colors on ALL of my clothes -- from head to toe... One day a young lady friend asked me is I had ANY clothes without paint on them -- and of course I had to tell her no...

Dragonstar said...

Ah, poor little Nydia! These things matter so much when we're little. At least the paint was on you and not on the dress.
You look very pretty and sweet.

Reader Wil said...

You were a sweet little girl and you must have grown into a sweet and kind woman too! Thanks for the visit!

Blue said...

That is such an adorable photo of 'young' you. A lovely inspored Y post.

Love
Blue

Kim said...

Poor thing. I guess that's what brothers are for, teasing their sisters. You were a very cute little girl.

me ann my camera said...

Brothers were always doing something like that. Sweet serious photo.

Aileni said...

You cannot go wrong with a 'Y' like that.

leslie said...

Such a sweet photo! And I can't see any paint smudge. I have a photo of me at the beginning of Grade 1 and I look very sombre, too.

Digital Polaroids said...

You ARE beautiful!

Bear Naked said...

Your photo is adorable and you do look a little sad.
BROTHERS!!!
Thanks for visiting my blog for ABC Wednesday.

Bear

mrsb said...

So cute!

Miss_Yves said...

Nydia, you were cute,
and you are
a handsome woman!
And Lucas looks like you !
Thank you for your kind wishes .
YES , I'll go on ABC wednesday round 3,(after my holidays) and I'll try to improve my English during my holidays !
kisses
miss
Y
ves

Granny Smith said...

You were really cute! I like your interpretation of "Y".

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

You are such a dear sweet girl then as you are now. I cannot believe how pretty your eyes are! They are so deep and beautiful! Incredible... It's as if I can see deep down into your soul... I find them so warm and kind.

Wonderful memory to hold onto...
Such a fitting post for the letter Y.
(Hugs to you Nydia)

Neva said...

great minds think alike!!!!!

Marcia said...

Lucas looks just like you! haha that's so cute!!

Rena said...

Oh how tragic things can seem when you're little. Thanks for sharing this story!

Denise said...

Brothers are great but I couldn't eat a whole one! LOL!

Sacred Suzie said...

So sweet! What a sad story though. Childhood is filled with these little disappointments, isn't it? I bet we can still see that little girl in you today but hopefully with a smile on her face.

Katney said...

I wondered why so serious.

Rosebud said...

Aahh. Sweet childhood.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Powell River Books said...

Thanks for coming to visit and all of your kind comments. I just love that picture and the story behind your expression. -- Margy