Monday, January 12, 2009

In The Still

I took out the poem I had here. I'm not happy with it, but left the old photos that were related to the era of the poem.

Band bus, on the way home from a game:



Me, age 13. I grew 4 inches that summer. Wearing a pony tail in this picture. Our band formed when I was 11.

Yes, it's okay to laugh:-)

7 comments:

Moineau En France said...

i would never laugh at such an adorable girl! nor at such a wonderful poem! you are writing! yeah! xoxoxoox

Middle Ditch said...

Yeah, I did laugh but not at yours, but those in the van. They all look so old!!

Reminds me of pics of my eldest brother who looked fifty when he was twenty and looked twenty when he was fifty.

Pris said...

Awww thanks. MD..van? I can't find it. Where??

Pris said...

Ohhh. You mean the band bus:-) Yes, funny how teens looked so much 'older' in those days.

JimK said...

Wow, that's something.
From one era to another,
those pics to the later
"Peggy Lipton" mod-pics.

Pris said...

Hi Jim. Yes, the changes....

colleen said...

I saw Hair in Boston when it first came out and will never forget the experience. No wigs for sure! I always feel the lack of people who represent my lifestyle in movies. And if they do represent it they tend to get it hokie.