This made me smile:
It looks like I'm demonstrating how to cook something. Or serve some pretend tea, perhaps.
Look at that big spoon in my hand.
I also look like I'm in charge, like I know what I'm doing.
And my little friend is so good, paying attention to what I'm showing her.
And those bows! I guess they were practical in that they kept our hair out of our eyes, but still...
Hello, Happy April!ReplyDelete
It is a cute photo of you and your friend, maybe it was a tea party? Take care, have a great weekend! Happy Easter!
So cute and you are definitely in charge and she seems OK with that.ReplyDelete
Hi Inger - just delightful to see ... we had kirby grips - not nearly so pretty! But yes ... you do look in control - wonderful ... such fun - have a peaceful Easter - HilaryReplyDelete
What a cute photo. I love the bows.ReplyDelete
Those big bows were part of the time we were born in there are pictures somewhere of me and my cousin with the same big bows in her hair to.ReplyDelete
You can still see those big bows around my small town. Some moms think the bigger the better!ReplyDelete
What a precious moment caught on camera. You still look beautiful and I can see the resemblance.ReplyDelete
Ahh, lovely photo, and I had similar shoes that had a tab and a button, a huge bow, maybe the style for you all , and you were very sure of what you were doing. a treasured picture.ReplyDelete
You were a cutie!ReplyDelete
Such a sweet picture! I think you had that spoon ready in case one of your imaginary foods needed stirring!ReplyDelete
This is an adorable photo! Your hair style and color are exactly the same that mine was at that age!ReplyDelete
so cute ..i'm enjoying your little girl photos. Makes me think i might share some of mine in time.ReplyDelete
How cute! Looks like you were having a little tea party!ReplyDelete
Those bows were called aeroplane bows in the UK. They came into fashion in the early part of the 20th century, when Bleriot flew the English channel, great feat. They stayed around for ages. Used to have a photo of me in the early 1940s with one.ReplyDelete
What pretty darlings, so happy in the moment doing something fascinating.ReplyDelete
Happy Easter to you and your loved ones! Such a sweet photo!!ReplyDelete
this is wonderful! and I remember those bows too! LOL!ReplyDelete
a kindred little spirit across the sea. XO