I’m soooo scared, cause I don’t know how to dance like those Westchester kids. They are so dirty.

January 30, 1964 Boring Day, Peroxided my sister Donna’s hair.

Boring day at school, didn’t do anything cause finals are over. Just talked. I feel sorry for Janice, I don’t think anyone is going to her party. Howard has to work so I can’t go It’s couples only. It wouldn’t be any fun anyway. We’re going to the “GRAND” Saturday. I’m going to wear a skirt and blouse. I’m soooo scared, cause I don’t know how to dance like those Westchester kids. They are so dirty. What am I going to do???? I’ll shame him, I’ll be the girl from Culver. I love him so much. I hope all his friends like me, so far they do. Had no homework. Can’t wait to tell everyone he’s teaching me to drive his car.

saffrons rule dirty dancing

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Sharrie Williams is the author of The Maybelline Story and a direct descendant of the Maybelline Cosmetic Family. Great niece of Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams. Buy a signed copy today.
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One Response to I’m soooo scared, cause I don’t know how to dance like those Westchester kids. They are so dirty.

  1. Kev says:

    I have to smile. I love the dirty dancing movie, but I couldn’t dance to save my life lol

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