Sunday, August 7, 2011

So Much Style At Such A Tender Age


Oh, come on!  You recognize those old church bulletin pictures.  This is me and my parents about 1967.  Look at the glasses my mother and I are rockin'!  My dad's have actually come back in style again.

And do you like my comb over? Obviously I was channeling "The Donald" at a very young age....

Have a great week! And no, I do not still have a comb over...

11 comments:

Mango said...

Isn't it weird to have lived long enough to have your childhood photos look so, well, ancient. Nice comb over for sure.

Mango Momma

Chatty Crone said...

That was such a cute picture - you were a real cutie pie!

Janie Fox said...

comb over trumps badly cut bangs :) And I laughed at my choice of word without thinking about it....trumps. ha see you in the street geek!!

Sue said...

Thanks for making me smile! Where does time go??

Take care, Sue

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Great photo!
Hmmm... your comb over, reminds me of my 7th grade picture, the year I started parting my hair on the side instead of down the middle.
(all because of the burr-bangs I gave myself, the day before picture day)...LOL

Pat

Orlando Grandma said...

Great photo. I am remembering your Dad.

Doris Sturm said...

Gosh! I'll have to dig up one of my old photos with those glasses...yours looked great compared to mine. They were black rimmed all the way around and sort of narrow - made me look evil! LOL

Mr. Connor said...

Wild hair style at the time ? Nice memories ! Thanks

Linda said...

Love the comb over! My first glasses were tortoiseshell cats eye LOL...they'd all probably be worth money now!

Mullin Avenue Workshop said...

This is a really nice picture, it looks like such a nice family you had.
I remember those years well, and I think your style was right on for the time. You looked just right!
Brenda

Annesphamily said...

You were so cute! I had sparkly cat rimmed glasses, my first pair in the 4th grade! I still have them. I just could never part with them. I love the church bulletin look! So family!