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Little Bo Peep had lost her sheep, but she still had her cat. :)
He speaketh truth. :)
hahaha...thinkin I had a dress just like that!
Pictures! We want pictures! :)
And I had those shoes! (Hey, they're back in style. But my feet are bigger, lol.)
Mine are much bigger. They didn't stop until they reached 11. :) Nice to hear from you, Kittie.
Old pictures are great! Dresses -- who wears them anymore -- oh I guess a few of you folks do. Do you Teresa? -- barbara
Not dresses usually, but I do wear skirts in the summer. I love the comfort of a long skirt
Another ride in the way back machine. You're giving yourself up plenty it seems these days TE. I enjoy it like the rest.
Hey Sherman. :) A way back machine it is.
Can so relate to the hair ... mine was Janice Joplin ... long wild frizzy and very very black ... would sleep on rollers the size of a coke can to make it straight ... walk outside and total frizz all over again when everyone else had long staight beautiful flowing hair ... how I hated them!
Mine was more Cher like by the time I hit 8th grade. Thank heavens. Darn perms.
So, that was a perm eh? I'd forgotten about how our mother used to give us those when we were little. Her little projects. Ha.
I had an early "afro." Yet another perm that went horribly awry.
And she loved cats, too. :)Sweet picture! I wondered if it was a perm, too. We all got them when I was a girl. Horrible smelly process and the entire house reeked! LOL!
Oh, I certainly did. Adored them. Still do, but Buddy won the drawing and I'm not a bit sorry. Would love to have a cat again, though. Perhaps some day I'll give it a try.We actually went to a hairdresser, aka The Torturer. It's all there, in an early post: "Home Hair salons and the Geneva Conventions." really.