Thursday, May 14, 2009

A Total Blast From The Past...

OK. Honestly I have nothing really to write about. I could tell you about my day but nothing out of the ordinary happened, so it would most likely bore you to tears. (I still might.) Although I had a better day today, then the last few days.

I could tell you about baseball, but it wasn't Jordan's best game. Of course it doesn't matter because his team is still pretty much undefeated, so he left happy. They tied one game, but that was the team they played again tonight, so... Although people do take their ball serious around here. I'm still wondering if a friend snubbed me on purpose because she is mad we won again or just didn't want to talk. Good thing we are not close friends or I might have got my feelings hurt. Oh well!

My sister thinks blogging about my ghost white legs might be fun. However, I'm just not ready. After all I just made some cool new friends, don't want to scare you all away. (Of course I still might if this post doesn't get a little more exciting.) For your curiosity (because you are dying to know), I did not inherit the tanning gene. My skin just doesn't want to do it. Everyone says that one day I still will have beautiful, young looking skin, while they will be wrinkled leather, but I'm not agreeing. I don't have beautiful skin now, so why would I think it would be prettier in 20 years?! Besides I want to live in the moment, I want to wear shorts NOW, without causing blindness. Oops! I guess I did end up talking about it a little. Sorry!
Anyway, since I have rambled on and on about mostly nothing, I will leave you on this note. I am planning a big youth event/ birthday party for my husband. Fun stuff. It is going to have an 80's theme. Even though I was a teenager then, I have been doing my homework preparing for the party. While reading up on the music, movies and styles it has been fun remembering old times. Because I am planning on decorating with pictures and posters, I couldn't help but be reminded of the many posters that were tacked on my wall of the cutest guys ever. I thought it might be fun to share them with you. Here were a few of my favorites once upon a time, for your viewing pleasure...

I loved Top Gun!!!

My sister will tell you that once upon a time, this was my guy! I was in total crush with him.

This man rocked my heart!

I couldn't wait for reruns of Happy Days to come on every afternoon so I could catch this guy!

In my dreams Lois Lane was blond.

I was pretty much in love with the whole Brat Pack.

There were only a few movies I liked with this guy, but I still had his poster on my wall.

Another Brat Pack moment. Detention with him might have been worth it.

I loved this Solid Gold guy. I still remember where I was when I found out he had died. So sad.

Yep! This adventurous guy stole my dreams every time.

Remember any of them? These were just a few of my favorites. With the exception of a couple, most of them are even better looking to me now. Hope you enjoyed this little skip down memory lane. I sure did!!!


Amber said...

If you had been copying me tonight, you would have posted a picture of your legs. Because apparently I have lost my ever-lovin' mind and taken to parading sceery pictures of myself all over the internet. One day...when I'm famous...someone is going to dig up those pictures. Excellent.

Moving on.

Sooo...being SO much younger than you and all, my poster men were Luke Perry, Jason Priestly, and Fred Savage. Oh...and Neil Patrick Harris. I was going to marry him...and then he turned gay.


Gretchen said...

Oh, I just needed a moment to compose myself. Hopefully, you were busy enough with John that Tom could've been mine, all mine. Until HE turned weird.

And Christopher Reeve? Somewhere in Time is one of my schlocky faves. As is Superman 2.

I think we inherited the same blinding gene. I've been using Jergens self tanning lotion since about March. Because I a) refuse to wear panty hose, and b) worry that even in capris or skirts, my legs might be too loud.

Gretchen said...

And you know what? That comment about the snubbery really gets my goat.

What is UP with folks?

Anyhoo...continue with your day.

Jim said...

I was really not sure about the first pics, but when you arrived at INDIANA and all of his many alter egos, you had me. I do enjoy his acting. It has a quality of realism in the midst of impossiblism. I think his comment in, was it RAIDERS or CRUSADE, or maybe all of them? Anyway he is asked about his plan and his comment is "I don't know, I'm making this up as I go!"

I sometimes wonder if they write part of the script after he has one of those unexpected episodes of daring do! Probably not, but could it be?

Anyway, love you,