Old yearbooks are great sources for vintage pictures. The pictures in this mini-collage are from the 1920's. I'm sure his guy was just a gem and I felt funny giving him the devil's horns. And maybe the lady was rather bitchy. Who can know?
I think this is why I have mixed feelings about using real photos of people I don't know. On one hand, it's fun to tell a story of my own. But, on the other hand, I don't like turning real people (yes, I know they're dead now) into something that they were not. Any thoughts on this?
I have three trick or treaters going out into the night this evening. The weather forecast is for rain. Nothing like a bit of rain to kill a good evening of candy grabbing. I hope it isn't too wet and they can forage for the entire allowable time. I have a selfish reason for this: I get all the candy that they don't like. I know, it's usually only the Almond Joy and Mounds bars, but I'll take what I can get!