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Monday, July 17, 2006
Monday Memories
This photo of me was taken about 15 years ago, when I lived in Hawaii. Look closely because it is about the only time you'll see my hair up. You can't really tell here, but my hair was very long then, way down my back. Of course, it's not really long enough to wear it up now, but I hate it that way- so it's just fine with me. I was at work and someone had either brought in their camera or used the one at work to take pictures. I worked with a great group of people then, including my best friend Kathryn. I lost touch with her after I moved so many times, but I'd love to catch up with her again some day.
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posted by Lisa at 7/17/2006 08:22:00 AM ¤ Permalink ¤


3 Comments:


  • At 7/17/2006 09:52:00 AM, Blogger Reverberate58

    If your picture in your About section is current I think your hair looks great. I am currently growing mine out and have it about chin length. But unlike you I keep mine pulled up or off my face all the time! I am waiting for when I can braid it! Wonderful share for Monday!

    My MM is up! I hope you have a great Monday!

     
  • At 7/17/2006 10:25:00 AM, Blogger FRIDAY'S CHILD

    You have a lovely and wonderful hair. You look good in that photo. You haven't changed much from your 15 years ago and now except that of course you have matured.
    Thanks for coming by and leaving me a nice comment.

     
  • At 7/17/2006 02:40:00 PM, Blogger Wystful1

    What a super photo!!! And Hawaii at that. Cool.

    It's sad how sometimes we lose touch with a friend over the years. But still, the thought of her remains with you. That's awesome.

    I am not part of the blogroll for M M's but I did one today of memories of songs -- hope you come and join me, making a 'list'.

     

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