Throwback Thursday

My parents, sometime in the 70s. Perhaps this was taken before one of Daddy's barbershop quartet concerts? I'm surprised Mom let someone (me?) take a picture of them kissing - she was more of a slap him away not in front of the kids kind of a lady. Ha!



I'm not sure WHAT I'm doing here - but it looks like I'm anticipating that I'd be moving to Ohio in a few years! And, oh look - my perm is growing out...

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  1. Lovely photographs Dana. Really nice to look back and remember the happy days now and again.

    Were you practising a new kind of 70s dance routine? Nice curly hairdo. Great stuff.

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  2. Did everyone have that same paneling back then? I know we did. And the phone attached to the wall is a fun reminding of standing for phone calls. You look like a fun and energetic little girl.

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  3. Whatever it is you are doing, it appears your brother may have been doing it too!

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  4. That is surprising! She was so lovely. And yes, everyone DID have that same paneling! You're so cute, dear Bug...wanna hook up? And J, just off frame, lol...poor little bro.

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  5. Oh yes...the phone on the wall and the EXTREMELY short cord!

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  6. Love these. Sweet photo of your parents kissing. Dad's house had that paneling, too. It was all the rage.

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  7. Whatever you're doing, it appears that someone next to you is doing the same thing! (Little brother, I see from the above comments...)

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  8. Look at that short skirt on your mom! and you have not changed a bit.

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  9. love that lamp! you always had personality I see, haha.
    I want you to please post or share with me how you manage to read so many books so quickly. What exactly is your reading schedule? I feel like there are so many that I want to read in my lifetime but at this rate I am not gonna get them all read! help! I am sure that I am not the only one who would appreciate hearing your reading schedule. :) and thanks for sharing if you do.

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