- New Years Eve party turned into a nightmare that lasted until 5 in the morning
- Planning a New Years Eve Party at my house tomorrow night!
- Nana reminds me of Endora the Witch, from the TV show Bewitched!
- My mother wore the famous “Scandal Suit,” while I preferred a black fringe bikini
- Why does Nana have to be so terrible to my Mom, it makes me sad!
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Monthly Archives: January 2014
July 10, 1964, Friday. Saw Byron, his band is playing in the Valley Pearl, Dianne and I went to Toes, but nobody was there. The beach was so ugly. it’s got big things running across it. Greg, Morry and Phil … Continue reading
July 9, 1964, Thursday. Well at least Byron hasn’t called Sandy. I had my picture taken for the paper. I’m in the Miss Culver City Contest. Pictures came out good. Went to interview for a TV Show. The agent liked … Continue reading
July 8, 1964, Wednesday. Dave says he still likes me, but, Bryon’s been asking about me. My sister Donna and I went to the beach at Toes today. Just the two of us. We’re getting to be good pals now … Continue reading
July 7, 1964, Tuesday. Had my audition at MGM. Today Mom and I went to “Taffy’s” to try on something for the audition. We got a darling dress but we had to rush home and alter it. Mom did it … Continue reading
July 6, 1964, Monday. The Beatles movie, Hard Day’s Night was released today…Mrs. Launderville may not let us go to the audition at MGM. Went to school to practice the scene from Our Town, with Mike. Mrs. Launderville was very … Continue reading
July 5,1964. Sunday. My face is blistered! Pearl called, asked if I wanted to go to her dad’s apartment and swim. I went with out any makeup and my hair in curlers… I never was so unhappy, because there were … Continue reading
July 4, 1964, Saturday. Byran acts like he likes Sandy This morning at 10:00 Gary Fox came by and invited me and Sandy to his house warming party. I laid in the sun at Lauri’s for 3 hours. I came … Continue reading
July 3, 1964, Friday. Well day. Been sick for two weeks! Felt better, came home and washed my hair for tomorrow. I can’t wait, because I’m going to see Byran at the dance. Mom and Dad went out and I … Continue reading
President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, outlawing segregation in schools and public places.
June 30, 1964, Tuesday. Sick Nana is so good to me when I’m sick. She turns the lights down low in the living room and plugs a heating pad in right next to her Lazy-Boy chair, so I can find … Continue reading
June 27.1964, Saturday. Sick June 28, 1964, Sunday. Sick Granddaddy and Mary came over. They’re on their Honeymoon. Granddaddy brought us each an Indian Necklace and a Kennedy half dollar. I was shocked how much Mary looks like Mayme, except … Continue reading