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19 May 2024

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Kathy

Love your random photos and thoughts. They made me smile.💕

Suki Tuttill

Love the photos and such good friends. I used to sell vintage clothing and your dress looks like it is from the late fifties, early 60's, a "shirt dress" Does it have a label, sometimes you can tell more.

gina o

Love the dress it is perfect for you! Gorgeous photo of you and Chelsea!

Momof5

The first thing I noticed (sorry😏) was the green fabric in your dress and I immediately zoomed in. My guess, since I am a fabric hoarder is sometime in the 50’s or early 60’s. I wondered if it was a vintage dress and now I know. It’s a good picture of the two of you! I also came here to tell you I’m so glad you are not wearing black anymore. Color suits you. Whats new here is we are getting our house painted. That involves carpenters to fix the rotted wood and turns out there is a lot of it. But once it’s done it should be good for the next 100 years although we will have diminished our bank account significantly. The trees are blooming and it’s been a lovely spring!

Carol

I love every one of these!!! Especially the one of you and Chelsea!

Diogenes

That green gown is great on you. Looks 60s but modern too!

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