And it was the sea breeze sculpting her hair, not stiff hairgel, although doing that with stiff starchy hairgel would be a laugh, for me at least.
EC beat me too it :-)Of course :-)
Fantastic pictures.I like all your wife's photos, everywhere. She always looks so calm, so natural, with gentle, smiling eyes.She gives me peace.
After so many long years with me she has learned the value of maintaining a mindfull calmness even if chaos surrounds her.I am still working on that.
And as for the eyes Claude, she is indeed and always has been "My Brown Eyed Girl". See:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AsvlJSU6qEin which sadly it even looks like me singing these days (while she still looks as she did in the 70's - poor her)
Thank you. That was a lovely comment and post. Love the song!
It's a great and classic song that means a lot to me, and for a version when the man was much younger, pronounced his words more clearly, and looked more like me when I met my beautiful brown-eyed girl try here (after about 20 secnds of an advert):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfmkgQRmmeE
I thought he was quite good for an old guy. But I see what you mean with his younger voice.Sometimes,it's great to go back to the past and revive good memories.
Hopefully my brown-eyed girl thinks I'm quite good for an old guy too... at least she is too polite and sensitive to say otherwise.
You're okay, Old Man. Time for sleep. Goodnight! :-)
It was time for me to sleep about three hours ago but insomnia decided otherwise, but I'm about ready for it now though may have to give the brown-eyed girl a kick to stop the most un-ladylike snoring first...Goodnight.
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