Mmm, I agree. :) I don't know about you, but I tend to be drawn to this style in my choice of clothes and hair. I have a way I do my hair up that's very 1930s...it's fun. :)I haven't been able to keep up on blogger, since my work computer doesn't like networking sites. :( But I caught up on your posts, and loved the last one on your thoughts of teaching children and our attitude. So provoking--where is there limit to compassion, understanding, discipline? You asked some hard, but good questions!
Jen, I am also drawn to this era for style. It was very down to earth... and lovely. Really nice. :) Thank you for reading my blog. It means a lot to me that people actually spend time to read what I'm up to. :) :) I find that the older I get, the more questions I have. I trust that as more days go by, there will be some answers. However, I find that the mystery of God and life should be left alone until such a time when *you* know. There have been moments of such knowing for me... and I believe that as long as I am seeking, there will be others. I hope. :)
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