I'm still on this reflection kick- thinking about my past- the people I knew way back then- where are they now? What are they doing? Of course, I have those that I stay in touch with on a regular basis. Then I have those that I exchange the annual Christmas Card with-and don't write anything of real importance other than their name and kid's ages. Perhaps since I'm hitting that age thing again- I'm really pondering the past as I think about the future and where I want to go. So for fun- I thought I'd share some old pics with you. I'll probably do this occasionally for awhile, primarily because I know how to scan a photo into the computer and then get it posted here. (I know I'm lame beyond words.....)
So without further ado- ME- 80's Style and some other Random stuff about me I bet you didn't know...
Yeah- I was a sorority girl- what of it? Can you say Alpha Gamma Delta! Wha Hoo- Go Alpha Gams!
Super Senior girls on the front porch of the Delta Tau Delta house. Those boys were our next door neighbors. We knew all their dirty secrets- and they knew ours. As a matter of fact, they nicknamed us- Alpha Gamma Domino because the Domino Pizza Delivery truck was at our house on a frequent and regular basis. One year for homecoming, the Domino Pizza Truck pulled our Homecoming float. Mind you those pesky Delt boys were our partners and they ate a lot o' pizza too!
I worked at Burger King. In fact, it was my first job. I worked there from my Junior Year in high school until I graduated and went away to college and then for one Christmas break. Then- stick a fork in me- I was done with the fast food! My baby sister also started there after I graduated and this photo was taken when I worked that first Christmas break. I mean, really, what a proud moment for our parents. Do you know how hard it is to get the grease smell out of polyester? I was not allowed to sit on our furniture when I came home until I removed my uniform. Now, it wasn't like I wanted to wear it for lounge wear- but still it needed to come off to sit down. (You can't see our hair nets.)
Toga Party = The 80's! Can you say "Animal House?" Toga Parties were a requisite theme "Tea."
(TEA's are what we called parties between a fraternity and sorority. Usually, they had a theme. Lots of chances to dress up and play....also lent itself to lots of cocktail consumption- but there was always a KEG.)
If only I could have those arms now!
That's enough for now- Hope you enjoyed your 80's flashback.