Happy Birthday to my dear mother! :-)
1951With her brother, Jim.
Graduation from Rift Valley Academy1961
(Warm thanks to my Uncle Jim who made these photos available.)
Beautiful homage to your mother. Wish all of us women dressed like this today!!! Happy New Year!
Thank you! It was a joy to put it together. :-)Happy New Year to you too!
I love the 1960 photo of Mom in the blue dress with the shawl especially - so feminine and pretty!! :) Of course she is a beautiful woman inside and out at any time anyway, but that one is very striking! xx
I don't know which one is my favorite. :-) I'm glad you enjoyed this.
What beautiful lady in her very feminine outfits, I do like the pretty blue one! and the red one is lovely too!! Women knew how to dress didn't they :))
Yes, they did. I love the styles like this from that era. :-)
Photos 2 and 3 are how I remember your mother, beautiful Elizabeth.
Thank you for commenting! :-) It's a real pleasure to have these pictures! I'm so glad Uncle Jim made it possible.
Wow! What a beautiful lady and wonderfullly well-made dresses! What´s happened to fashion since then? Why do some women think they´re cool and pretty when they dress as if they had just taken their clothes/rags out from the trash can (the more torn and faded, and the less amount of fabric, the better)? Women like this one are really an example. Christian godly ladies should be an inspiration of loveliness and beauty in a dark, confused world. If we try, we can be preaching even without talking, only by our modest and beautiful appearance. Thank you for this encouraging post!
Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it, and that you left a comment.I know what you mean about the trashy clothes some women wear these days. I was just noting it recently in a video and wondering at the young lady's shredded jeans. Not so many years ago they would have been considered totally unacceptable, and in this case she was wearing them to record a music video. I don't understand that at all. To me it almost shows a lack of self-respect, and certainly a lack of what it means to honor the Lord in our outward appearance (which is all that man can see!).
What beautiful photos. Your mother certainly was a beautiful lady, with a great sense of style.Brigidthe Middle Sister and Singer
Thank you, Brigid. I'm glad you enjoyed it. :-) It was a pleasure to put together.