My Mother Was An Unconventional Woman Who Taught Us How to Think Creatively
My Mom, circa 1975, just hanging out and reading Josephus.
My Mom Leona Jean Graff Randell Wells has always been one to do her own thing. This shot was taken in our living room in Anchorage, Alaska.
She’s probably 28, has 3 kids and is reading Josephus. Most likely, she’s taking a break from painting or macrame-ing, grinding wheat or plucking ducks for dinner. Speaking of dinner, she decided to cut all the legs of our kitchen table down so we could sit on pillows while we ate whatever Dad had hunted and brought home.
I’d say we lived an unconventional experience due to her intense curiosity. We may have been “weird”, but we learned a few things!
~shared by @angiemillerphotoart