Sunday, March 12, 2006

Fight On Hudson High!

This would be the fall of 1967... I was a cheerleader for the Varsity Soccer Team. Not quite good enough for Football/Basketball but a cheerleader nonetheless and loved every minute of it. (That's me in the front with my mouth open. Remember, I have a big loud mouth.)

My parents thought I was "chubby" so, naturally I thought so too. My clothes were size 9 then. I'd give a kidney if I could be that size now! ::sigh::


At 6:11 PM, Blogger RED QUILT MAKER said...

Oh stop with the giving of the kidneys.

It's your heart that counts.

Yours is the best, simply the BEST!


At 3:13 AM, Blogger alan said...

What he said and then some!

You were gorgeous, btw, no matter what Mom and Dad thought!

and as RQM says, such a heart!

Thank you for sharing this wonderful photo, and the memories!


At 12:15 PM, Blogger Sublime said...

Strange how sometimes we bloggers each sometimes say simliar things on our blogs without having read the other person's first.

Check out my recent photo post (read the last sentence I wrote).

Thanks for sharing, take care.


At 12:27 PM, Blogger Sublime said...

Wow! How incoherent was the first part of my

Glad you got the jist of it! Demi Moore, huh? Thanks a million for that one.

Btw, I'd give a kidney to be the size I was back then too.


At 4:54 PM, Blogger nancy =) said...

how gorgeous, connie jane!! before i even read your post my first thought on seeing the picture was "what a tiny waist that giel has"...

we all need to realize how beautiful we are without considering what size we are...myself especially...


At 11:58 PM, Blogger Blogzie said...

Oh Pshaw!

You weren't chubby then and you aren't chubby now.

A cheerleader? You're my new best friend. Even though I hung out with the 'stoners', I secretly always wanted to be cheerleader or at least be friends with one. I always admired them from afar.



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