Kids dressed up at a Halloween party. Hope those cigarettes are candy!
Not as old as some other shared photos this last year, but gotta love Halloween. Our cousin came to live with us for a bit and this was our Halloween together.
How many of us have these souvenir photos from restaurants? I know I do! *cough Benihana cough*
Here are Uncle Robert and Aunt Olga in New York. He worked as a singing waiter and she loved going dancing.
My super cute 2x great grandparents Severo Villamil and Felicita Vega. These photos are postcards and were sent to their daughter Juana in NYC in 1930.
After a lot of organizing, this photo popped out from one of Abino’s trips to visit family in Florida, Puerto Rico. From left to right: his youngest brother Rafael, the woman is likely a cousin, and then Abino’s father Eloy.
Family resemblances are fun. One photo is my mom and my sister. The other is mom with my sister’s kid.
Mama tending to the pig roasting on the spit. I love lechón but I’m sure she wasn’t the “head chef” in this moment. She was never a great cook and liked to say the burnt bits on the food was good for you because it gave you rosy cheeks and shiny hair.