Saturday, July 14, 2012

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood


 Sisters Anne, Mary and Peggy, and MOI in dress-ups 1961
I was inspired by a movie star who was wearing
short shorts with a long flowing top.
I'm sure Peggy and I were in high heels.


I’m the guest blogger today (and all week, I think) over at Wrote by Rote, Arlee Bird’s blog dedicated to memoir writing.  I’ve never done this before.   It would be comforting to see some familiar faces, so please come visit me there. 


22 comments:

  1. I read your guest post - an interesting piece as always. You have the knack of making ordinary things sound exciting.

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  2. Hey Wendy....read your guest post!!! Loved it...left you a comment there.

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  3. Beautiful! I still love doing ......dress up!

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    1. I most like dressing up in pjs. HA!

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  4. Enjoyed your guest post on Arlee's site...so I followed the link on over. Looking forward to reading more of your posts. :)

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  5. Love your photo. We had our first son in 61 and I love that era of photos. I will go over and read your guest post. Blessings
    QMM

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  6. It looks as though it was warm and sunny that day :-) Off to read your guest post.

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  7. Well done on a great post, Wendy - and I'm now following Arlee's blog too, so thanks for the pointer! Jo

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    1. That's great -- I have learned a lot from Arlee Bird's blogs.

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  8. Great photo! I will head over and check our your guest post.
    Happy Weekend!

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  9. Wendy, you did a wonderful job with your post. Thanks for contributing your memories to my site. Yes, this post will stay at the top of my blog for the entire week.


    Lee
    Wrote By Rote

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    1. I've gotten some nice comments, and some comments on Facebook from people I haven't talked to in years. That's been fun.

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  10. What was that little doll Anne had with all the clothes? I loved playing with her doll!

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    1. Gosh I have no clue. But I see she's FB friends with Peggy Ann, so we can find her and ask.

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  11. I read your guest post. It was awesome! Thanks for taking us down memory lane Wendy!

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