Time To Dance (Page Three)
Sharing the pictures
"I remember that"
"Gee... Dad is really an amazing guy!"
Lookie lookie... That's me!
"So... How come some of the pictures are in black and white??"
Everything used to be black and white
Father and daughter
... and GRANDfather... Capital GRAND
"Here's to Herbie!!"
Gislene gots the giggles
Up and dance... Keeps you young
Smile.... You are on candid camera
This requires a second look.... Herbie saw a bottle of Irish Whiskey on the sidelines
Donna and Sue enjoy all the visiting time
Sue... Is that a real 1927 advertisement?
Kerosene stove INSIDE the house???
The thinker at work... Bill is hurting his head
Did You Know? - Originally named "The Poet" (Le Po?te in French), the piece was part of a commission by the Mus?e des Arts D?coratifs, Paris, to create a monumental portal to act as the door of the museum. Rodin based his theme on The Divine Comedy of Dante and entitled the portal The Gates of Hell. Each of the statues in the piece represented one of the main characters in the epic poem.
Some critics believe "The Thinker" was originally intended to depict Dante at the Gates of Hell, pondering his great poem. However, there are "questionable" aspects to this interpretation, including that the figure is naked, Dante is fully clothed throughout his poem, and that the figure, as used, in no way corresponds to Dante's effete figure.] (In the final sculpture, a miniature of the statue is waiting atop the gates, pondering the hellish fate of those beneath him.)
The sculpture is nude, as Rodin (fortunately Bill was NOT) wanted a heroic figure in the tradition of Michelangelo, to represent intellect as well as poetry.
"OK... I thinked enough for right now!"
OMG... He has a halo???
Herbie gives on the spot dance lessons
Ellen is in good hands with Bob
Put your little foot in... Put your little foot out... Then shake something
Del and Bill discuss cars and motorcycles
Vicky opens the surprise box
Herb and Irene in a can....
That's a herb
Yep! A perfect match
Your friendly photographer was indeed really here
... and Paul does agitate...
Thank you Bob!
"P-s-s-s-s-s-s-s-t Did you hear about...."
Heading for home
Sue and Wally
Bill and Ellen
Herbie has one of a kind