A few years ago, I posted a story about my friend, Kathy, turning fifty and still being foxy. You can go back and read the story, but here is the gist of the story: when Kathy and I were about 17, we were out running around in her yellow jeep. We pulled up at the post office and she went inside. One of the young men working in RR came up to me and asked me who my "foxy friend" was. It irritated me that he thought I was "cute" but not "foxy" and I refused to introduce him to Kathy. Well, while we were on this trip, we went dancing with friends on Saturday night. In this picture, Kathy had joined the band - yep, she sings too. Some tourist man at the next table asked me to dance while Kathy was singing. Then he proceeded to say, "So, who's your friend..." He didn't say foxy, but I knew what he was saying/asking. Some things never change.
Other things do change. While with Joy and Kathy on this trip, we all laughed about the changes in our bodies over the last 14 years we've been apart. You know, like that part of your body where your cleavage begins - it just doesn't look the same, and mine moved up under my chin. Then we giggled as we jumped to turn up the air conditioner or roll down the windows every time we got in the car. Of course there were the eyes. At one point seven of us were eating at Red's, but no one had any glasses to see the menu. It's a good thang most of us knew the menu by heart.
This picture was taken at Sundance with our friend, Kathy N. I got tickled when we all got out our reading glasses, except for Kathy H - Not only is she foxy, she doesn't need glasses - what's up with that?
Joy and I enjoyed a glass of wine while sitting outside at the Lost Love Saloon. It was not quite the same as sitting on the porch at the old Texas Red's, but it was fun. While we were there, we ran into an old RR friend from back in the 70's. Can anyone guess who this is?
Yep, we have all changed over the years. One person who does not seem to change is Patsy. She may be a grandmother now, but she was beautiful when I met her back in the 70's, and maybe more beautiful now. This was not a great pic of Joy and Kathy, but it was of Patsy (in the middle). We were having a bit of trouble with the camera. Most of the pics turned out dark with us laughing at the photo-taker.