Let's pretend he's our age. But if you're younger: In the interests of equal opportunity: or this one I try to acknowledge the month every year. If you'd like to see prior posts on National Masturbation Month, posts that have actual words and not just images, go HERE and HERE ... even . . .
There seems to be a whole lotta pride out there, these days, and I'm all for it. But when the internet allows everyone the opportunity to strut their stuff for all eyes, we see things we wish we hadn't. This post began when a friend blogged about photos of quite senior women in their mostly naked . . .
This post has an adult theme. If this offends you, please do not go further. Back in the day, pin-up girl Bettie Page became famous for photos with a BDSM theme. There was no naughtier girl in the early to mid-1950s. It's ironic that such a repressed age would produce . . .
One of the most beautiful features of historical India is the archway and we saw it in many different renditions, all of them graceful and romantic. and also Each one evoked a long ago time when maharajahs really ruled.... and had palaces so exotic and luxurious that they still stand the . . .
Do you ever look at old family pictures and wonder at the innocence they portray? How we knew nothing of the life that was to unfold? How each decision we made took us in one direction or another, and that direction completely changed what might have been another outcome? Do you look into your own . . .
It's hard to believe that the beginning of the 20th century was more than 100 years ago.It doesn't seem like it could be that long ago. Time passes so quickly, doesn't it? Our country was very different back then--these historical photos that have been restored give us a glimpse of a very . . .
L to R: my maternal grandparents Papa & Mama, me, Michael. July15, 1972 Who knew that I'd have only one surviving official photograph from my first marriage to M. Or that I'd even want it. That it would again be relevant to my life. So here's the moral of the story: When you pose for . . .
We're the last generation that will ever sit with a box of old, faded photographs, my husband pointed out when he saw me poring over old family snapshots and portraits the other day.When our grandchildren want to see old photos, they'll need access to our computers, our phones, our cloud, where . . .
Most of my most significant old photographs have disappeared. Too many moves, for one thing. But also, when M. and I divorced in 1980, I discarded all our old pictures. Including our wedding album. They were a memory of time and a person I thought were long gone. We didn't have kids; there seemed . . .