Like me on Facebook if you would have liked me in High School
- 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!
- 36,652 hits
The Maybelline Story and the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It.
Join 6,363 other subscribers
Top Posts & Pages
Tag Archives: 1960 T-Bird
We finally broke ground for our new Swimming Pool… Summer of 64
July 20, 1964, Monday. Saw Byron’s car at the beach, but didn’t get to see him. The Pool Men started our Pool today!!! Drove the T-Bird to pick up Sandy and go to Toes, Jack was there and it was … Continue reading
Posted in 1960's Surf Culture, 1964 High School Diary, Chick Secrets, diary, Little Sisters, Maybelline Girl, memoir, REALITY BLOG, Southern California 1964, teenage reality blog Tagged 1960 T-Bird, A&Ws, cruising, Culver City, Culver High School, dating, Gossip Central, Maybelline, Maybelline Story, Saffrons Rule, Sharrie Williams, shopping, Surfer's Rule, Tito's, Toes in Playa Del Rey Leave a comment
Having a Beer-Keg Fridge at my home, was a key ingredient for instant popularity in 1964
April 29, 1964, Wednesday, I’m getting so fat! (I can’t understand my appetite.) I wish Dave would ask me to go Steady so I could ask him to the Prom. The T. Bird wouldn’t start so mom had to use … Continue reading
Posted in 1960's Surf Culture, 1964 High School Diary, Chick Secrets, diary, Southern California 1964 Tagged 1957 Chevrolet, 1960 T-Bird, 1964, Beer, Beer Keg, boy problems, car problems, Culver City, Culver High School, dating, going steady, Maybelline, Maybelline Story, parties, Prom, Saffrons Rule, Sharrie Williams, Southern California, Surfer's Rule, United States, West Side Surfers, Westchester High School Leave a comment
Donna and I got in a big fight over who would get the big bathroom. Had to flip a coin. She won.
March 5, 1964, Thursday. Preston’s fourth Birthday. Wish Howard would call. I want to be with him every minute. Press is four today. He got a wagon and some other toys. Mom had to take me to school, in the … Continue reading