Looks like I’m stopping with just 2 volumes for my heritage albums. I bought 3 matching binders, so if I change my mind, I can always scrap more!
Pictures of Tom Ludwig when graduating from St. Martin’s (8th grade), through enlistment in the Army.
Tom (Dad) spent a couple years in the Army in Germany where he met Annie (Mom)
Dad sent Mom “home” to America a couple weeks before he would come home. Mom’s new in-laws would be there in New York to welcome her to her new home.
These photos jump ahead to when Randy and Nancie were born.
This page shows Ann’s home town in Germany, as well has her parents, Katie and Max.
More photos from when Randy and I were kids.
Not sure what year this was taken. It was after the Aller’s built their new house and moved there. They used to live right next door. Greta and Ingrid babysat Randy and I when we were very little.
Ahh, the ’80’s! This was me during college.
This picture had some water damage so all the legs are cut off! This was (I think) shortly after the first Gulf War, but before the conversion/move to WPAFB.
Out of sequence a bit…this was (I think) during the first Gulf War.
Jumping forward again to when my kids were finally born. The boys each have their own sets of albums chronicalling their lives, so there won’t be too many photos for this heritage album.
There are other photos of this event scrapbooked in other albums of mine.
Some photos of me just before and after I met Lyle.
Of course, at this point, most of our photos are scrapped in other albums.