(Not So) Wordless Wednesday: Doerflinger Christmas

Christmas was important to my grandparents (on my mom’s side).  During Christmas, the entire family would get together and spend some quality time together.  Here are a few photos from about 1968-ish.

(From Left to Right): Diane Doerflinger, Max Doerflinger, Margaret "Sis" Doerflinger, Carrie Doerflinger, Sharon Doerflinger (Mom), Patricia Hanlon Doerflinger, Larry Doerflinger

Carrie Doerflinger (my cousin), Diane Doerflinger (my aunt), Sharon Doerflinger (my mom)

Carrie Doerflinger (my cousin), Diane Doerflinger (my aunt), Sharon Doerflinger (my mom)

(Left to Right) Carrie Doerflinger and Sharon Doerflinger (mom) in box.

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3 Responses to (Not So) Wordless Wednesday: Doerflinger Christmas

  1. Christmas Eve was the big night for us — all waiting in the dining room for Santa to arrive with gifts in the living room (door closed between the two rooms) , ring the sleigh bells, and then go in all agog!
    You photo reminds me of our Christmases.

    My grandfather left for America on Christmas Eve 1910–100 years ago, and I’m posting his diary on my blog 100 years to the date he left Transylvania. It was a harrowing trip & he almost didn’t make it. I hope you take a peek. It’s quite a story.
    Merry Christmas!
    Linda Gartz´s last blog post ..Channeling the Dead to Life

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  3. Dana (Katz) Wood

    Was wondering what ever happened to Carrie Doerflinger…My best friend as a child in elementary school

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