I should have scheduled this post to publish just after two o’clock this afternoon, which would have been thirty years to the hour marking the birth of Derek Randall Moss. But, I couldn’t wait that long to welcome my son to his third decade.
As you can surmise, this blog post will be a trip down memory lane for me. And unfortunately I don’t have many photos of Derek from his first decade. It was the age of film cameras and I owned a very cheap almost disposable 35 mm camera that I took a few snapshots with. I later scanned a few of them to create digital copies, but many of them still languish in shoe boxes in the storage room. Oddly, I have more video footage of both kids on old mini-VHS than I do still photos. At least until we reach the mid-90s when digital photography really started taking off.
I won’t go into the gory details but some interesting trivia from the night before. Continue reading