Sounds like a good book to fall asleep by.
Gap toothed youngun’, lol.
I wish my parents had treated me to a movie after a dentist visit!
My paternal grandmother never cut her hair. Once the Gibson Girl hairstyle was out of date, she’d comb it back, braid it, then wear it in a bun at the nape of her neck. She would sit on the back porch, weather permitting, and comb it out to dry, after shampooing it in rainwater. She died at age 86, with silver hair. My maternal grandmother was younger, and more hip. She kept her hair cut short, and dyed it. After shampooing it, she’d pin it up in pin curls, for more body.
As a little girl, we loved looking at the stars at night. Every once in a great while, we’d see an arm of the Milky Way.
Totally off topic, but what happened here? Ballard Street vanished from my list over a year ago, now today it is back. Anyone else experience this?
We had a friend’s 17 yr old son stay with us for a year. Another friend nicknamed him “Yum-yum, eat’em up”, for this very reason!
Even Sue’s bow droops, lol.