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Edythe is still having a hard time posting but she wrote me this and said it was OK if I posted it:

 

 

*I probably had the worst hairdo...in the 60's there was the Golightly beehive. Once a wk after work I'd take my earnings and get my hair done a few doors up from there with that 1 ft tall updo. I would roll my hair in toilet paper and sleep on my nose all night. That is why Holly must have worn those eye shades I'll bet! To hide the huge circles!*

 

Edited by: JackFavell on Nov 2, 2009 10:44 AM

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> {quote:title=Bronxgirl48 wrote:}{quote}

> I used to sleep in rollers. Looking back, I can't believe I subjected myself to such torture. I get headaches now just thinking about it.

 

Me, too. I used to worry what would happen after I got married, and how attractive I would look going to bed like that. Man, the stuff that kept me awake at night! The Conair hand-held hair dryer saved my illusion of 24-hour beauty! ;-)

 

Edited by: casablancalover on Nov 2, 2009 8:12 PM

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Awwwwww.......

 

Thanks for the beautiful Ben, my friend. :D

 

You are the pavement underneath my wheels........(that's supposed to be a compliment, a la You Are the Wind Beneath My Wings, not a description of you as roadkill.) :x :x :x

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> {quote:title=FrankGrimes wrote:}{quote}

> Being your roadkill is a compliment. ;)

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> You've been one of the best members of this board ever since you joined... despite your love of Ford. :P You make this place fun. I'm glad you didn't leave the wagon train, Denver.

 

 

Oh, man..... How can I vroom over you when you say such nice things?

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Mr. Zone....Ha! And Rochester was great.

I _love_ Jack Benny - we share the same birthday....I thought for sure someone was going to break into his vault and steal all his money - that really would be The Twilight Zone for Jack....

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Hey Edythe! Where the heck is Kookemonga? I am guessing it's in Indiana.

 

Alright, I promised some Elvis pics days and days ago, so here they are:

 

 

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Elvis with his parents, Gladys and Vernon

 

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Thanks, CF!

 

I am not really an Elvis fan, but one thing I noticed in his photos was his hands, especially in the early pictures. He had very sensitive hands, he was always holding them up delicately. He would lift his hands to his face, very tentatively, as if he were hiding, or embarrassed. I think part of him wanted attention, and part of him wanted to hide. It's amazing what you can find out about someone from photos.

 

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Some not so commonly seen photos of Vivien Leigh (my favorite brunette actress):

 

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A rare color photo of the couple during their unsuccessful "Romeo and Juliet" production.

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From The Sidewalks of London

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My favorite. :)

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> {quote:title=JackFavell wrote:}{quote}

> Edythe is still having a hard time posting but she wrote me this and said it was OK if I posted it:

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> *I probably had the worst hairdo...in the 60's there was the Golightly beehive. Once a wk after work I'd take my earnings and get my hair done a few doors up from there with that 1 ft tall updo. I would roll my hair in toilet paper and sleep on my nose all night. That is why Holly must have worn those eye shades I'll bet! To hide the huge circles!*

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> Edited by: JackFavell on Nov 2, 2009 10:44 AM

 

Wider than a mile....

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