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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Those Were the Days....

Some of you have had fun with the http://www.yearbookyourself.com/
site. I just couldn't resist after Willow sent me my face for the 1960
picture! Isn't it hilarious?
Don't you love the glasses!
And, if I had been a 1968 grad.....the perfect little flip style
and classic turtleneck sweater!
And my real senior picture, 1979.
This was so much fun! The Mister had to come out and see what I was laughing
about sitting here by myself! :)

29 comments:

  1. My precious SWEET FACE. You really haven't changed that much in looks!

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  2. I've enjoyed looking at all the different 'yearbook' pics on the blogs. Your real picture is so pretty, you were (still are!) a living doll!

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  3. Wow, what a stunner you were, and are, because I see by your new profile pic that you (a) haven't changed and (b) hardly look like you're the mother of four strapping lads.

    Whatever you're doing or taking or applying to that lovely face, it's working! Please feel free to share secret formula for youthful glow. :)

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  4. Ah, but ladies...didn't we all look like living dolls when we were 17? :)

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  5. What a beautiful senior picture! You are such a beauty. What gorgeous hair! You are still a cutie!

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  6. I think I had a pair of glasses like that when I was in the third grade -- they were blue! LOL!

    You are a beauty, Betsy! Both inside and out.

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  7. This was fun! Your first picture staring at me from my blogroll was the funniest of all! Glad you got them to download.

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  8. Sweet Face is the perfect word. :)

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  9. Those turned out really good. Your real picture is a beauty. You had the hair I always wanted, (I'm envying my neighbor here) which was long and straight, except for how you curled it so pretty. When I did this a couple months ago I had a ball putting the Marcia Brady hair on myself, just so I'd have it once!

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  10. Grace ~ yes, Willow is my sister!

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  11. Wow, you were really pretty... amazing hair! I'm sure you are still really pretty. Loved the '68 flip! I remember my baby sitter having that.

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  12. What a pretty senior pic - and you still are! Love your wing tip glasses - My first pair was similar - and with rhinestones. Groovey!

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  13. I can see you sitting there laughing...but I can't figure out why. You have such a sweet pretty face...is it the hair? The glasses?
    Sandi

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  14. That's really cute! I don't think I want to try it myself though! Love your real picture!

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  15. Those are great. My daughter did some of these for my wife and I. Really funny.

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  16. What a dish you were still are! I love your new profile picture, too...How fun...

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  17. you are beautiful! i did NOT look that lovely at 17!

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  18. Hi, Betsy!
    Just had to let you know how yummy your soup was!! We really enjoyed it! It was so flavorful and hearty. Thanks for sharing it.

    And I love these pics! lol!

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  19. I love those cateye glasses! Your senior picture is so pretty. And your hair was gorgeous.

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  20. WOW! That is so funny!! I need to try this soon. You looked great in the real one as well.

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  21. Very nice Lady ! I'm smiling for You...

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  22. i haven't had a chance to try this yet but i'm enjoying seeing what all of you have done with it! you had and i'm sure still have lovely hair!!!!

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  23. These were great pics, esp the real one. You were (are?) very pretty. I want to go play with it now but have to go to work instead :(

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  24. I love the flip do!! What fun!

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  25. Betsy, you look like Palin in that latest photo of you! :)

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  26. Mmm~ Palin? I will most definitely take that as a compliment! :)

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