Learning What it Means to be Vintage

I spent a beautiful day visiting and laughing with three women who are classic ladies, “the vintage girls,” my MIL, Barb, her partner in crime and an aunt to me, Debbie & my new friend Liz. They are vivacious, spirited women who tell it like it is and share it in a way that makes you remember what it is to be a lady. I hope when it’s my time to be “Vintage” I have half the spark, and the sass 😉 that they do.

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