More Family Came to Millvale to see the Show – Guest Blog

Thanks for all the good wishes in accomplishing nine years of blogging and starting year ten. I’ve posted 3,235 times which averages 359 times a year.

More family came to Millvale to see the People at Work show today which was really nice. They drove in from Virginia, Ohio and West Mifflin. We gathered back at my house for dinner.

And a photography classmate of mine came with his wife to Panza Gallery at the same time. Andrew Wagner and I took a few classes together at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild. He’s a loyal blog follower, too, having photographed many similar subjects throughout his career- in FILM!

Andrew once said my blog was like a Kodak Carousel slide show and you never knew what the next slide would be. He offered to take a photo of the family at the gallery this afternoon and he took it on my camera so I have the photos right away. Thank you for coming and always being so supportive to me in my photography efforts.

Here are the photos Andrew took today.

Uncle Frank and Maura look at Vintage Car Restorer storyboard featuring Uncle Frank.

Photo credit to all three photos –Andrew Wagner

21 thoughts on “More Family Came to Millvale to see the Show – Guest Blog

  1. We loved seeing all of the photographs. The people at work theme is interesting. We hope you continue with it. Seeing your family together is a nice highlight. They really are a great group. We are sorry that we missed them. Hope to see everybody soon.

  2. Ms. Hendricks: The PG is running Mary Thomas’ column about this exhibit on Wed. My question is about the subjects’ names. Are they listed with the pictures? Can we get names for the 4 people sent to us? We like to identify people in the paper if possible: Frank the vintage car restorer, Librarian, Aphrodite at Ritters and Sunseri,

  3. “…my blog was like a Kodak Carousel slide show and you never knew what the next slide would be.” An apt description – and I love the novelty of each day!

    That is a good looking group of people in your first pic; what a terrific show of support.

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