- 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 31, 1964, Thursday Wild Open Party for New Years Eve Worked on Senior Play from 9 am to 4 pm, than came home. Lauri called and said the girls would be at my house at 7:30. I was depressed, … Continue reading
December 30, 1964, Wednesday Had my Senior pictures taken with Pearl. Then drove to the beach for old times. It was the last time this year and it made me sad, because it brought back old good and bad memories. … Continue reading
December 29, 1964, Tuesday Well today was it with Nana! She bugged me too much! I finally told her off. I really told her what I thought of her. It was a terrible fight, but I can’t stand to see … Continue reading
December 28, 1964, Tuesday. We got our bathing suits from Fiesta Pools, after 6 months of waiting. When you buy a pool from their company, they give all the women new suits free. I didn’t like any of them. Then … Continue reading
December 27, 1964, Monday. Nana bugs about everything! Didn’t do anything all day. I didn’t even get dressed. Nana stayed all night again. She opened her Christmas presents, but will probably return everything as usual. I couldn’t stand it if … Continue reading
December 25, 1964, Saturday. My Fair Lady opens today Was too tired to get up with the kids. Slept until 2:00. I got a white leather coat lined in black fur, with a hood, which I didn’t like, so I’m … Continue reading
December 24, 1964, Thursday. (It was one year ago that Howard called me and we got back together.) This was the worst day of work. We were just flooded! I was on my feet for 9 hours without sitting. I … Continue reading