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  1. beautycalyptique
    August 10, 2013

    oh, the adorable old school couple portrait – he’s looking in the future, she’s looking at him, in silent admiration. I wonder if you could pull of such a shot these days…… “honey! we’re having a couple portrait! where’s your tux? and somebody get me a blond wig!”

    • August 13, 2013

      That sounds swell — I call dibs on the tux and my sweetie can don the wig — I think he might get a thrill from all that hair now that his is thinning 😉 .

      • beautycalyptique
        August 16, 2013

        bet you’ll look gorgeous. women tend to look swell in a tux! (In fact, my official Twitter @raptorapid photo is me in a tux shirt with bowtie open… taken after one very funny party. I wear a ton of makeup tho)

      • August 16, 2013

        Many decades back I had a Stephen Sprouse tuxedo jacket, a prized addition to my 1980s wardrobe, with a nipped waist and huge shoulder pads. I wore it until the moths made a meal of it 🙁 .

    • August 13, 2013

      So young and so luminous.

  2. August 10, 2013

    Didn’t the spawn yogurt 😉

  3. August 10, 2013

    I have never seen it before,but a lovely picture.Keep them coming.

    • August 13, 2013

      It will be mostly pictures around here for the next few days as I concentrate on the book 😉 .

  4. August 10, 2013

    “Yonder lies the castle of my Fadda.”

    • August 13, 2013

      Okay, Mister! I’ve been wracking my brain, what movie was that?

      • August 13, 2013

        The Black Shield of Falworth…however, I did some research and found this “The film is famous for an apocryphal line, rendered as “Yonda stands da castle of my fodda” or similar. The plot details above show that this would not fit the story: there is no “castle of my father”. The line is said to have come from a remark made by Debbie Reynolds on television.” So it turns out to be just a Hollywood Myth!

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