Social networking is great for reconnecting with old friends and distant family members, and even for making new business contacts, and I do all of that with it. But there is a humbling downside to it – at least on Facebook, anyway: Your ‘friends’ can post pictures of you, tag you in those pictures and share them with all their friends – and you can’t do anything about it, except laugh along.
Look what I found this morning when I logged into Facebook, posted by my sister:
Yep – that’s me, at 11, in 1975 in my flowered swimsuit. (Peggy, this one’s for you, since I long ago promised you a picture from my past.)
Interesting, isn’t it, that this is the only kind of bathing suit I seem to be able to find 35 years later on the fat, middle-aged women swimsuit rack. I swear to you I saw this same print in Wal-Mart last week.
Aww, so cute! I envy you so much, all my family photos burned down with half of our house, back in 94′ ….
The fact that you can still buy what you’ve been wearing 24 years ago means you have the legendary timeless taste. Care to share with us what else you have in your closet ?:>
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You know you’re way ahead of a fashion world when you find clothes that you wore 30 years ago in shops anywhere. Except for the ones that specialise in silly costumes of course 😉 😀
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