@Mary W wrote:
Here's one of me from the 70's.
So Mary, was this before or after the hippie days?
Lugging around three kids and a husband couldn’t have been an easy task.
Yeah ... my knees didn't hurt so bad! :-)
But seriously ... you're right. How does that saying go? "Youth is wasted on the Youth". But I do find it interesting that I feel the same way inside as I did when I was younger.
It seems that the body ages faster than the mind, soul and our psyches.
Virginia, I certainly understand and agree with what you're saying. At times when I see myself in the mirror or in a photo I think "Who the Hell is that!?"
If only it could be like Brad Pitt's movie-Benjamin Button. IMO a great movie!
@Christy A wrote:
Well, I wasn't a part of the original thread but here goes Man, this was long and long ago (Petra was nice enough to restore the image a while back)
Great pic, Christy. (Thanks to Petra, colorful too.)
Here's one of me and my hippie dad from the appropriate era:
And here's one of me as a teenager trying to be a hippie (I wore a lot of long floaty dresses) (I'm on the left in the blue denim jacket):
I used to joke that I was a hippie in a past life. These days my standard uniform is more jeans and a funky t-shirt but I still have the odd floaty dress.