- 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: June 2014
November 24, 1964, Tuesday After school I went to the Saffron meeting. We all got in real trouble because, we invited Joan Swore, of Joan Swore Dance Studio, without asking permission from our Sponsor, Mrs. Quartes. The President of … Continue reading
November 23, 1964, Monday Well, I shocked the school again! Today I was a redhead. People think I’m nuts or want attention. I’ve been a blond, brunette and now a redhead. After school, I went to rehearse the play. … Continue reading
November 22, 1964, Sunday. Went to work until 4:00, then went home and did a crazy thing. I put a red rinse on my hair. It turned out so ugly… I’m going to wear it to school tomorrow and … Continue reading
For a family that looks like “The Munsters” it takes a lot of nerve calling Elizabeth Taylor a Fat Pig, in Cleopatra!
November 21, 1964, Saturday. Went to work at Jack’s Ranch Market until 2;00, then went and bought a skirt and blouse to wear, because I was supposed to meet the family to have pictures taken for Granddaddy’s Birthday. On … Continue reading
November 18, 1964, Wednesday Sandy picked me up from school because my car was being fixed. After rehearsing the Senior Play, she picked up my car and parked it in front of the school. I just went home. November … Continue reading
November 17, 1964, Tuesday. Pearl and I were too tired to go to the Saffron meeting, instead, we worked on the school play. The meeting was sickening anyway. They made the Pledge’s eat raw eggs and kill live Snails. … Continue reading
November 16, 1964, Monday. Took test on the book I read, “The Status Seekers,” It was pretty easy. After school we worked on the play, “Home Sweet Homicide.” I took Pearl home after rehearsal. My dad’s cousin, Bill Stroh, … Continue reading