Remember yesterday when I showed you a couple of old family photos and asked you if you could tell what I physical characteristic I had in common with the folks in the photographs? It ought to have been obvious as I got older, but I never noticed it in other family members until I saw the picture of my great-grandmother in her hat. Some of you readers picked it out right away.
Now I wonder if I didn’t notice their sticky-out ear, was I the only one who noticed mine?
My dad had it, one ear tucked nicely in and one sticking out.
You can see I have the same one in, one out, right down to the same ear.
Of my father’s three children, I am the only one with two different kinds of ears. You can see it sticking out in the photo above.
This picture of my daughter taken when she was younger shows how her lovely ears go back nicely allowing her to wear her hair pulled back with no worries. I always wanted to do that when I was a teenager, but my ear looked funny.
It’s interesting how the ear thing skipped my sister Margaret and showed up in her son. Maybe that’s why people think he looks a lot like me.