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Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011, 5:37 pm

1, 16, and Big 30

On December 17th I will turn 30 and I recently went through some old photo albums trying to gather some memories from favoured times in the past — times when life when generally quite easy and fun. This made possible and easy to assemble the following collage which spans mostly a year or more after birth, 15 years after that, and another ~15 years later, at age 29 and 11 months.

Roy Schestowitz in 1983

Roy Schestowitz in 1983

Roy Schestowitz in 1983

Roy Schestowitz in 1983
1983 (with my dad)

Roy Schestowitz in 1984
1983 or 1984

Roy Schestowitz in 1991

Roy Schestowitz in 1998
1998 (age 16)

Roy Schestowitz in 1998, Miami

Roy Schestowitz in 1998, Orlando

Roy Schestowitz in 1999

Roy Schestowitz in 2011
2011 (days ago)

Roy Schestowitz in 2011

Roy Schestowitz in 2011

2 Responses to “1, 16, and Big 30”

  1. Richard Chapman Says:

    I find myself looking to the past often. I think it’s because the past is safe. No matter what the circumstances, it’s safe because it never changes unlike the present, you never know what’s just around the corner.

  2. Roy Schestowitz Says:

    It is also a doorway to the present. But I don’t look back much, it is best to focus on the present.

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