SHARING MY WORLD WHILE SAVING OUR HOME – Marilyn Armstrong

Share Your World — 9-10-19

What’s the first thing you’d do if you won the lottery or came into a huge fortune? 

Repair my house!

Which decade do you think had the best sense of style?

During the 1960s and early 70s I loved the long, loose blouses and bellbottom pants. I love the fringes and tie-dyed colors. I loved that anyone could wear anything and it was fine. It was the style-less styles.

Even for men, you could wear wide lapels or narrow ones, wide or narrow ties. Flowers and plaids. Just about anything. Right now, clothing is okay, but it’s pretty dull.

July 1963

Everyone is in style because how wrong can you go with tee shirts and jeans?

Would you rather be half your height or double your weight?

Half my height would make me shorter than the Duke. I’m only five foot one at this point. At twice my weight, I’d be unable to move.

So sorry. Neither!

If you wanted to get away from everyone totally, where would you hide?

I could stay home. Nobody comes to visit us here anyway.

What do you do that you love?

It used to be blogging. Right now, nothing feels special. I’ve been sick enough to not even get out of bed today. I can’t remember the last time I couldn’t get out of bed when I wasn’t in the hospital. It’s only Monday, but it feels a lot later than that!



Categories: Fashion, Life, Photography, Share My World

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20 replies

  1. Ah, huge lapels and a tie as wide as your chest. Those were the days!
    I hope you both feel better soon.

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  2. Hope you feel better soon. And while you may not enjoy blogging every day, I do enjoy reading your posts every day.

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  3. I’m sorry that you’re not feeling well. Hopefully you’re better today than you were yesterday.

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  4. Thanks Marilyn for Sharing Your World. I share your anxiety about having enough money to sustain for however long I’ve still got (it’s a long time). I wish I had a fortune, because you’d be one of the top ones on the list to help out. :O !

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  5. What a choice -half your height or double your weight. How about double your height or half your weight?
    Now there’s a choice.
    Leslie

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  6. Hope you do find lots of money to get your house back into shape.

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  7. I’m sorry you feel so bad. I hope you are better soon.

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