Saturday, February 28, 2009

Polyvore - Family Pages

I love Polyvore. I know that Kimi is disappointed that I am scrapbooking online instead of paper and album scrapbooking, but I find this site very relaxing and enjoyable. I can scrapbook without pulling out supplies, clipping pictures, and making a mess! I am so addicted to

Yes, this is little me attending kindergarten 1963-1964 - Sheldon - Walker Elementary School in Michigan.

The following is my beautiful mother in adulthood and childhood. She passed away a few years ago. I will miss her always!
Beautiful Mother
Beautiful Mother - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Red Dress Beauty
Mother - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Mom - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Daddy and His Love and Vices
Daddy - by carolrobertsonwhite on

This is my brother, Johnny Robertson, who recently passed away. He is the first sibling that I have lost. I miss him tremendously.
In Memory of My Brother
In Memory of My Brother - by carolrobertsonwhite on

I know Christmas is over, but this is my brother Johnny who recently passed away. He made this card and wrote this letter to our sweet mama indicating that he would not be home for Christmas. This set is dedicated to him, b. 1945; d. 2009
Blue Christmas
Blue Christmas - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Snips and Snails - John Edward Robertson
Snips and Snails
Snips and Snails - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Younger Years - Perhaps his first attempt at Shaving. I made this set on Polyvore using a medicine cabinet mirror as my frame....
Old Enough to Shave?
Old Enough to Shave? - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Getting My Kicks on Route 66 - Brother John Test Driving a New Car (just pretend)
Get Your Kicks on Route 66
Get Your Kicks on Route 66 - by carolrobertsonwhite on

School days - Brother John at School
School Days
School Days - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Mad About Plaid - Brother John
Mad About Plaid
Mad About Plaid - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Old School - I made this set dedicated to the school days of old and used by brothers', Donnie and Johnny's, pictures in the set.

This is my sister Donna. She later became a nurse. I remember her getting ready for work at St. Mary's all starched, white and pristine! Nurses no longer dress like that....
Nurse Donna
Nurse Donna - by carolrobertsonwhite on

This is my mother's grandmother and my great-grandmother. Genealogy is also another past-time of mine. I am doing research on the following families: Cecils/Cissels (England and Kentucky); Everetts (Tennessee and Michigan); Gibsons (Kentucky); Raleighs/Rawleys (Kentucky); Robertson (Tennessee and Michigan); among many others.
My great-grandmother
My great-grandmother - by carolrobertsonwhite on

This is my maternal grandmother, Zella Irene Raleigh Cecil Moore

The following page is dedicated to my genealogy hobby. The couple in the photo are my grandparents: William "Burhl" and Jim Bob (Everett) Robertson.
Family Tree
Family Tree - by carolrobertsonwhite on

My niece, Barbie
Barbie - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Mustang Sally
Newton's Stang
Newton's Stang - by carolrobertsonwhite on

A Pirate's Life for Me
Pirate is the Life 4 Me!
Pirate is the Life 4 Me! - by carolrobertsonwhite on

It's Not Easy Being Green

Election Day 2008 - A New President - New Hope!

Peace Out

Mario Kart

Bumble Bee Beauty

Basketball Brat

Incredible-Girl - Katherine found this shirt at the Good Will, a favorite place to seek out cool t-shirts!

ARG-yle - My daughter, Katherine, loves Argyle

Weezer Shirt

Lion King - My daughter, Katherine, at the age of 17, still loves Lion King. She watches it about twice a month....

Johnny Gangsta'
Keep on Dancing!
Keep on Dancing! - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Deere John: My Big Green Tractor

Pepsi Please
Pepsi Please
Pepsi Please - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Nightmare B4 Christmas
Nightmare Before Christmas
Nightmare Before Christmas - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Just Like Maw Maw
Just Like Maw Maw
Just Like Maw Maw - by carolrobertsonwhite on

Maw Maw Loves Coffee

My Grandfather's Clock - Dedicated to my grandfather, William Burhl Robertson (Paw Paw).
My grandfather's clock
Was too large for the shelf,
So it stood ninety years on the floor;
It was taller by half
Than the old man himself,
Though it weighed not a pennyweight more.
It was bought on the morn
Of the day that he was born,
And was always his treasure and pride;
But it stopped short
Never to go again,
When the old man died.

Ninety years without slumbering,
Tick, tock, tick, tock,
His life seconds numbering,
Tick, tock, tick, tock,
It stopped short
Never to go again,
When the old man died.

Happy Birthday, Kimi

Robertson Clan
Robertson by carolrobertsonwhite featuring Forever21 tops

Skeletons in My Closet
Skeletons in My Closet
Skeletons in My Closet by carolrobertsonwhite featuring Thomas Wylde boots

Picnic Aunts
Photo of Mary Dorothy and Bobby (Picnic Aunts)

Justin, my great nephew!

The Pink Princess: a great niece!

Princess Blues: a great niece!

Spider Sensors

You are in the Army Now

Little Hopper

Happy Birthday, Sweet 16

Tara's Theme: Wild and Crazy Girl

Georgia Bull Dogs - Jenny and Tim

Wyatt Titans