That I could stand stalwart in the hopes that they might live, inextricable from the scattered remains of courage that blow through the infinite passages we seek.
Borepatch: There is a little bit of Jane Wyman and Bettie Page in your mom. And someone else... can't put my finger on it. Beautiful, though.
It's a Win-Win!
And how about the television and the refrigerator? Classic picture.I am not going to comment about hawt your mom is, just not gonna do it.
Priceless. Women back then always looked so glamourous, including my own mom. How'd they do that?
And you look like Ike!
Your mother is a lovely woman.
They did it because they had some pride in how they looked. They did it because they knew that how they looked also reflected on their families. Something the people (not just women, but men, also) of this country have lost. Everytime I see a "woman" in her pjs and slippers at the grocery store, or a "man" out about town in his sweats, I want to bitch slap them. They aren't men and women, they are like little kids who never want to grow up. All part of the government will take care of me, so why should I put in any effort gang. Barf.Yes, your mother is lovely. I have similar pics of my mom. Sorry to be cranky, guess I'll go get another cup of tea. :-)
Miss Violet, amen.
Miss Violet: I do my best to maintain my standards. I don't wear t-shirts publicly - only decent button-down shirts. No torn jeans - dress slacks or 5.11 in good shape. It was instilled into me when I was young, it is a part of me now.
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