Photo Booths

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Who invented photo booths? Well, kodus to the modern concept of archiving memories both in digital and print format. Humans no longer toil years of hard work just to carve or etch figures like our cave ancestors did just to preserve family history and civilization. In today’s modern technology, we can store important events in just a matter of seconds. Now fronting my Nicholas Sparks’ novels is a paper frame taken from a booth in yesterday’s wedlock of my nephew, Marrion Ray Alvin Palarca with Generose Alcantara (now Palarca). With me in the photo is my niece Marriance Charisse Palarca – Ramos with her husband Elderson. They got married just last year, now blessed with a beautiful and smart daughter. How times fly so swiftly. It was not wasted though, as I watched my pamangkins grew from their childhood until now that they have families of their own. Celebrating love and life. To God be the glory!

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