- 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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December 8, 1964, Tuesday Went to my Saffron Meeting and we decided to do the new version of the Littlest Angel, called The Littlest Ho-dad and I’m actually writing, producing, directing and staring in it!! Plus, I’m making all … Continue reading
December 7, 1964, Monday Nothing much happened. HUH!! I had to go to Court to pay my ticket. I was scared. Pearl and I got to the Court House about 11:30, after driving all over trying to find it … Continue reading
December 3, 1964, Thursday I just worked on the Senior play, Home Sweet Homicide all afternoon, then went shopping with Pearl and her Mom. When I came home Sal Romero called, he’s starting to bug me. I don’t want … Continue reading
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 13, 1964, Friday. Pearl and I babysat for my little sister Billee and my brother, Preston. We decided not to go anywhere, because, we’re tired of just driving around looking for boys and it was too cold to … Continue reading
November 7, 1964, Saturday. Forgot to tell you, yesterday my sister Donna left my car radio on all day and after school the battery was dead. The school had to recharge it, but it died when I turned it … Continue reading
October 20, 1964, Tuesday. Mr. Scott came to our Saffron meeting. He didn’t disband us, but he said he would if we did anything bad again. We had to have papers taken home to be signed by our parents. … Continue reading