I'm an older mother learning new things from you...thank you. I have given you the "I Love Your Blog' award - please see my blog for details. Thanks for such an inspiring blog!!
This little movie is a real treasury of memories! Thanks for finding it.P.S. I'm so glad Sue didn't wear that red nail polish and call attention to her stubby hands!
Well, that settles it. I will let my husband buy me that full-length mirror we've been talking about for 8 years. Then I'll be able to check that hemline :) I love these old educational films!! In all seriousness, I could certainly give more thought to my grooming and this also inspires me to teach my children from an early age to pay attention to the way they look, for the sake of others as much as for themselves. This sort of thing is so out-dated (sadly) for most people. Most can't stand to even wear a tie to a funeral. And flip-flops at a wedding! Yikes!!! That's one reason I try to make sure my boys wear a tie every Sunday to church. If it becomes a habit, they won't feel constrained when the need for decent dress arises later in life.Thanks for sharing this. Your blog is always such a blessing to me. Lindsey in ALhttp://homesteadblogger.com/lindseyinal
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