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I came across this picture yesterday
for Throwback Thursday, me at 19.
I had been selected as member of Mademoiselle's College Board.
Mademoiselle was a fashion magazine published
from 1935 through 2001.
I entered in my freshman year and was accepted.
I thought about this for quite a while today,
trying to conceive my mind set at that time
and the bravery to even apply.
As I got older I began to realize odds & limitations etc.
But, there is a sort of magic in not knowing that you can't.
. . .
But, because I was selected ...
during the summer before my Sophomore year
Mademoiselle Magazine sent me to Bullock's Wiltshire
where I was outfitted with my official college board uniform.
The striped v-neck sweater & a skirt that I thought was divine.
Then to the George Masters for a hair styling.
He was famous & even looked like a movie star.
He asked what I wanted & seemed pleased that I left it to him.
Next they took the photo (below) & then I was official.
. . .
Neither Diane or I were selected for a guest editorship.
But I was hired by Ball Stores and Seventeen Magazine,
which provided great college jobs & experience.
. . .
What about you? Were you braver earlier than now?
58 degrees, Sunny, Santa Ana, CA
For FB Flashback Thursday ...
|age 19, Mademoiselle College Board Member|
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