The Young Life of an Old Soul

So. This is me. I'm Jen.
An 80 year old woman stuck in a young woman's body.
I guess it has its perks sometimes.

hollyhocksandtulips:

Rose Marie Reid swimwear, 1950s

hollyhocksandtulips:

Rose Marie Reid swimwear, 1950s

klappersacks:

1960-(via File Photo)- on Flickr.
hoodoothatvoodoo:

Illustration by Leo Fontan
For Le Sourire
February 1931

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Illustration by Leo Fontan

For Le Sourire

February 1931

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Nina Leen
'Florida Stolls'

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Nina Leen

'Florida Stolls'

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Horst P Horst
'Lisa on Silk'
1940

hoodoothatvoodoo:

Horst P Horst

'Lisa on Silk'

1940

magadoodle14:

So my mom sent me a picture of this advertisement today, and I laughed hysterically, because that is probably the best unintentional use of a Fall Out Boy lyric ever, and it’s absolutely perfect.

magadoodle14:

So my mom sent me a picture of this advertisement today, and I laughed hysterically, because that is probably the best unintentional use of a Fall Out Boy lyric ever, and it’s absolutely perfect.

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cumberlord:

i’m so in love with lester nygaard

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Jimmy was also very nearsighted. He could barely see four feet in front of him. He thought that it helped him tremendously as an actor because he had to imagine everything that was happening beyond that point. I remember sitting in the commissary at Warner Bros. at a table with Jimmy and Natalie, and Dick Davalos, who played Jimmy’s brother in East of Eden, came and joined our party. I thought Jimmy was being very rude to Davalos. He didn’t say hello and didn’t acknowledge his presence. When Dick started having a conversation with Natalie, Jimmy said, “Davalos, is that you?” Dick said, “Yea, its me,” sarcastically. Jimmy said, “Wow man, its you,” and he got up and hugged him. “I couldn’t see you man, I left my glasses in the trailer.” I’m not sure whether Davalos, who had been sitting at the table for ten minutes, ever believed him or thought he was just doing a number. - Dennis Hopper

Jimmy was also very nearsighted. He could barely see four feet in front of him. He thought that it helped him tremendously as an actor because he had to imagine everything that was happening beyond that point. I remember sitting in the commissary at Warner Bros. at a table with Jimmy and Natalie, and Dick Davalos, who played Jimmy’s brother in East of Eden, came and joined our party. I thought Jimmy was being very rude to Davalos. He didn’t say hello and didn’t acknowledge his presence. When Dick started having a conversation with Natalie, Jimmy said, “Davalos, is that you?” Dick said, “Yea, its me,” sarcastically. Jimmy said, “Wow man, its you,” and he got up and hugged him. “I couldn’t see you man, I left my glasses in the trailer.” I’m not sure whether Davalos, who had been sitting at the table for ten minutes, ever believed him or thought he was just doing a number. - Dennis Hopper

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rogerwilkerson:

April Showers

rogerwilkerson:

April Showers

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Everyday Fashion, 1939.

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