My dream machine. Had I taken this photo, I would have taken it from the front end but alas it was Lee's birthday and he can take the picture any way he wants. Love you honey.
A perfectly restored Ford Falcon convertible, be still my heart. See that red interior that's HOT.
Lolita from Silva's Dress Shoppe, and my childhood, drove a white
Falcon. The car was basic but I fell in love and stayed in love.
Angie, another lady from my childhood, drove a Metropolitan,
come on that's not even fair. What hope did I have?
Dream chair. Our deal was that we would never own a bark-o-lounger (that's what we
call them-those super ugly 1970s recliners. The chairs are, remarkably, still manufactured today).
That is, we would never own the "bark" unless we had a super secret room.
You know, like in the movies, a room behind a wall of books.
On the other hand, the recliner of my dreams
could be a compromise. Here's the perfect child humoring his mother.
That's my hand helping me balance because it was a long day and
I still refuse to use a cane.Thank goodness for my mobility device of choice, a stroller.