found while packing
Some years ago, my Mormon cousins - the Worsleys - sent us a Christmas card featuring all the daughters in the family. It was 1991 on the East Coast, meaning it was still 1986 in Utah - so the sheer volume of hair care products was something to behold. The next Christmas, Sean, Michelle and I sent a card back to them.
I include both here because some things are too good not to share.
Merry Christmas, Everybody!
Posted by irw at February 29, 2004 11:20 PM
Interestingly enough, I just went to a shower for a now twenty-something and pregnant Melissa (Worsley girls, front row, left) who now has waist-length very dark brown hair. She was the only one of the Worsley girls at the baby shower, mostly because the rest were in Utah, but here's an update: Buffy (aka Elizabeth, front row R) long ago grew all her front teeth in, is twenty or so, longlegged, and gorgeous, still blond. (L-R top row) Jennifer has two adopted kids and lives (in her natural brunette hair) in (Lordy!) Lancaster, California, with her artist husband; Janna has four kids and is pregnant; Michelle has five kids and is blond again; Wendy, dark brunette, has a new baby (her first). All the girls presently have very straight Jennifer Garner (or Aniston) hair. Wait, I take that back. I think Janna still has Utah bangs to heaven, but then I haven't seen her for awhile. But (note your sister's hair in the bottom picture) that moment in time was ruled by long, wild, Renaissance Angel curls.
Even *I* had a waist length spiral perm that year, if you remember. Ah, the late 80s... All that synthesized curly hair and all that synthesized music. What were we THINKING?
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