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- 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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Nobody gives better Parties than my parents, they dance until the Sun comes up
December 18, 1964, Friday Finished my Sociology term paper and gave it to Mike Stone to hand it for me. Tonight was my parents annual Christmas party. Pearl and I came because naturally, we weren’t going out. Everyone asked us … Continue reading
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Back on the merry-go-round with my ex-boyfriend!!!
August 8, 1964, Saturday. Went out with Howard and broke my promise to boys. (He’s an Animal) Stayed home all day. Didn’t know if Howard was kidding or not. Didn’t want to go out with him so didn’t plan on … Continue reading
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