This site is about my life growing up and growing older in Mathews County, a rural, water-bound community on the way to nowhere in particular.
DAMN! Them dames are mighty good lookin'!
I can't wait to see more! How proud Ms. Bayman looks! Post more!Middle Sis
OH EM GEE!!!! Hot chicas strutting their stuff! I love the little pig tails on the lay-deeee on the right!Got any leg shots? Buns?
Enjoyed the pictures-recognized Ms. Bayman, but who is the other "beauty"? Must have been a blast-be sure to post more pictures (Stuart A. please) and tell us all about it. Sounds like the Class of '78 had several stars in the show!
Look at the glitterati!!!
So pretty. Love that five o'clock shadow with that color blush . . .
TSA-They truly are.Middle Sis-Ms.Bayman looks proud because he had the best looking legs and posterior assets up there.Grandma J.- Legs and buns are going up tomorrow. That doesn't sound right...ND-STay tuned for tomorrow's episode of the Womanless Beauty Pageant - Stuart aka Miss Cardinal will be featured.Meg-How does one remove glitter? I think I have it in my lungs.
CG-The five o'clock shadow really completed the look, to be sure.
One other thing I'd like to mention is Miss Grimstead's tiara (which you can't see here) and the Mathews Homecoming Queen banner, both of which are authentic Mathews memoribilia, circa the Flintstones Era, approximately 1981. We can thank Chesapeake Bay Mother for these "treasures."
For clarification, Miss Grimstead is Ms. Bayman.
Oh, and Native Devil, the other beauty is Chuckie Walker, who went to school with Baby Sister.
They both have that indefinable air of... oh, I don't know. But I wish I had been there!!wv: corsen. Of corsen you wish you'd been there. Some of those ladies were mighty fine looking!
What fun! I see that Ms. Bayman was confident enough with his beauty not to wear a wig. The Tiara does set off his look. Did he win?
Chuckie looks experienced.
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