Singing the Praises of Eleanor, ETCetera
Eleanor Dark's typewriter
Above, Eleanor Roosevelt's typewriter; below, Mrs Roosevelt in New Zealand in 1910
The great Lou Gehrig with his wife Eleanor Gehrig
Congratulations, Grand-dad and Dad! :D
Congratulations on the safe arrival of little Elly - a perfect little bundle. Happy, happy times.
Congratulations indeed Grandad! What a moving write-up, and such a priceless memento, historically speaking. Danny and Martin's children will indeed be very lucky to have you following their journeys with such interest.
And great minds certainly do think alike Robert... Ian pointed out the Turtles song to me yesterday and I actually posted the same verse in Emily's first post, but amended it to:
Eleanor Jean, I think you're swell
And you really do me well
You're my pride and joy ETCetera.
I liked that the name Jean could easily be sung instead of Gee.
And I love the t-shirt.You softie you!!!!
Beautiful. Loved reading it. And congratulations to the proud parents and grandfather too.
Congratulations to Mom, Dad and Grandad!
She's so cute! And clearly, she couldn't ask for a more doting and dedicated grandpa. Congratulations.
A truly beautiful baby, congratulations. :)
Congratulations all the way from Austria (not Australia).
Your joy and love comes through loud and clear -- best wishes to you all!
And I like very much the survey of "famous Eleanors." One quibble -- the picture of Mrs. Roosevelt (a fine example for your granddaughter to emulate!) in NZ surely can't be from 1910 -- she was still a young woman then. Maybe around WWII?
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