Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Taylor


Taylor was just a little boy when we moved into the West Hartford house.  He was back in West Hartford to visit his parents, who have lived next door for more than 33 years.
These days he lives in Massachusetts, has a wife and two
children and sells software. 

16 comments:

LOLfromPasa said...

I've missed you! Taking a break from blogging has its downside but I am back now. Love the portraits over the last few days and the snow scenes before that are glorious. Happy New Year's, Jack. All the best for 2014!!!!

Karl Demetz said...

Another wonderful portrait, Jack!
I wish you and yours a very Happy New Year!

VP said...

I am quite worried when I see little boys that now are of his age...

Kate said...

A friendly neighborhood Is a gift to enjoy! Happy New Year, Jack!

Luis Gomez said...

Great portrait Jack. I am pretty much with VP. Have a great 2014 Jack!

EG CameraGirl said...

Nice smile! I would trust his software advice. ;)

Tanya Breese said...

ugh...time flies! happy new year!

Sylvia K said...

Hey, what a handsome young man with a great smile and your photo is terrific, as always!! Wishing you a wonderful and very Happy New Year, Jack! Thanks for being such a great "blogging buddy"! I'm looking forward to another year!!

Sylvia

Sharon said...

He's all grown up and very handsome! I bet his parents are glad to see him. Happy New Year!

RedPat said...

My parents neighbour is the daughter of their neighbour since 1952! It's nice to have familiar people around! He looks like a nice guy, Jack.
Have a great New Year's eve!!

Kay said...

Very nice portraits the past two days, Jack.

Happy New Year!

Lowell said...

Time flies. Another year gone and 2014, will, I'm sure, go by even faster.

Happy New Year to you and your family, Jack!

Randy said...

A nice smile to end the year with. Happy New Year!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I bet his Mum and Dad love it when Taylor comes to visit :)

Virginia said...

A lovely natural pose. What a great smile.
V

William Kendall said...

Another fine portrait, Jack!