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:lol: Tony! I had the exact same thought about the guys having more luck with the Farrah Fawcett look!
You certainly had quite a head of hair! Looking at your now picture I see you have not lost much of it either, lucky thing you.

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There was also the Dorthy Hamilton look. I never even tried that. Yet again alot of the guys did great with it!


Jojo, if I could redo the past I would learn to play an instrument, period.
.... and a few other things.

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my favorite part of the school day was the hour i spent in band class.


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jojo wrote:

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and why am i the only woman from mahs getting grey hair?


Because you haven't found the right aisle at Target........ :wink:

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jojo wrote:
my favorite part of the school day was the hour i spent in band class.


mine too!

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Carolyn Frusciante82 wrote:
:lol: Tony! I had the exact same thought about the guys having more luck with the Farrah Fawcett look!
You certainly had quite a head of hair! Looking at your now picture I see you have not lost much of it either, lucky thing you.


Carolyn...if you were looking at my Frosh Year pick ('78-'79), my hair was relatively short. My Sr. year pic is around the board someplace...and that was taken after a haircut. I admit...I spent more time with a hair dryer in the AMs trying to get rid of my 'natural wave' than I care to admit, now I just keep it short and that does the trick. I have been lucky not to lose too much of it...yet...my younger brother...not as fortunate!

And please let us know how you like Train of Thought...my theory on that is people who enjoy it the most kinda know us...so that perspective helps, but folks who had 'similar Euro' experiences will 'get it'....I hope. For me...I give that book out to graduating High School seniors, since that is when our little adventure took place. I hope you enjoy it! :)

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A couple more NOW pics from the always lovely, always Danish, Carolyn Frusciante.

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Carolyn and the fam...on the fjords of Denmark...wait...does Denmark have fjords...?

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Danmark has fjords, yes, but I do not think they can compare to the fjords of Norway!
The body of water behind us is the wild Atlantic Ocean, eating away the coast.The Church from 1200 in the background is going to fall down within 20 years.

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lovely pics, Carolyn!
why don't they prop the old church up? fix it? just enough?


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lovely pics, Carolyn!
why don't they prop the old church up? fix it? just enough?


...or move it back a few meters?

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About the Maarup Church: There is a group working on the idea of moving the church. Others argue that it is the churches fate, the way of nature, let it fall.So only time will show which group is more powerful.Take a look....

http://www.maarupkirke.dk/

http://jp.dk/uknews/culture/article1185985.ece



There are lighthouses buried except for the tops, and there is another church nearby which also has been buried. Turists can go in the tower which is the only part sticking up. Nature is a powerful force. Last statement not nescessary since the States sees evidence of this all the time.

http://www.biopix.com/Species.asp?Searc ... de%20kirke

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god, i miss europe!


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