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My mom uses this photo as the background on her phone.
Suzanne, born April 15, 1952.
Josh and Oliver on either end. We are not sure what kid is disguised in the middle. The picture is even dearer because Oliver is now a chef. Josh did not end up playing for the Eagles. In fact, I don't think that he is still an Eagles fan.
Strike a pose! My mom made these costumes. James sucks on his thumb and Jen gets into character.
Josh in pumpkin costume my mom made and James as a ninja on the coffee table. The proper way to prepare for a night of trick-or-treating on Jocelyn Street
The East Coast cousins: Jack, Paul, James, Josh (with Raccoon), and Jen. We celebrated so many Thanksgivings and Christmases together.
Daphne and her husband Steven on either side of the Bianchi Browning family. Steven left us too soon. Photo Credit- Robin who took all of these photos of mom's PAA Presidential Address.
Shannon looking over and the three kids she used to babysit in the audience for my mother's PAA Presidential Address. Thanks Robin!
The beautiful flowers from my mom's PAA Presidential Address. A card she saved from "FOS" Friends of Suzanne. Thanks Robin for capturing the flowers too!
Jennifer, Robin, and Barb were all at PAA in 2000 to hear my mother give her Presidential Address. Robin and Barb hadn't been in years, but they came out to California for it. My mom must have saved these cards from the beautiful flower arrangements she (we) so dearly remember from our stay in LA.
Mom with her family after giving her PAA Presidential Speech in 2000 at the Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles. Thanks Robin for putting all of these photos together 13 years ago. My mom loved looking at them today.
Jen and James in Capraia where our Bianchi family is from. With American habits being to move around and live in many places, Jen remembers thinking, "I'm actually from here. This is where I am from."
Mom and Dad around Christmas time 2003. Those couches looked a lot bluer then.
Diane as a bridesmaid as my mother's wedding. All three Bianchi daughters used Mary Bianchi's bridesmaid dresses. Diane resuscitated the dress when Mary married Dan years later and showed up in it at the Outer Banks small ceremony.