The Life of a Country Doctor’s Son. Sara Torbert Mrs. Hollers 9 th Lit/Comp, 1 st Period 7 April 2014. This picture represents my grandfather in a nutshell. He loved playing checkers with us, and he would always let my sister (pictured above) win. . Introduction to Mr. Elder.
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9th Lit/Comp, 1st Period
7 April 2014
This picture represents my grandfather in a nutshell. He loved playing checkers with us, and he would always let my sister (pictured above) win.
This picture is from our first Easter living together with Granddaddy. He appears tall and sophisticated, and he looks much younger here than I remember.
Granddaddy at his old home in Jefferson, Georgia. It was eventually torn down; this was his last picture with the home.
This image represents the first job Granddaddy had. He was proud of his hard work even though he lost the money he earned.
I chose this photo of my family with Granddaddy in the house he built with Zelma because we would not exist without his marriage to Zelma!
I chose this photo because Granddaddy loved to receive letters in the mail, and he discussed this fact when he mentioned his time in the hospital.
I chose this picture because Granddaddy mentioned his appearance and life as an aging man (check out the walker), but he still tries to stay to stay young.
Elder, Phillip. Personal Interview. 7 Apr. 2014.