Today the cast of Dancing with the Stars was revealed and I groaned thru the first nine names and
squealed with glee at the last two ladies.
So here we have the list and who will be partners;
Wynonna Judd with Tony D.
D.L. Hugley with Cheryl B.
Jacoby Jones with Karina S.
Lisa Vanderpump with new dancer Gleb Savchenko
Andy Dick with new dancer Sharna Burgess
Victor Ortiz with new dancer Lindsay Arnold
Zenday Coleman with Val C.
Aly Raisman with Mark B.
Ingo Rademache with Kym J.
Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough
Dorothy Hamill with Tristan MacManus
I, of course, love Dorothy Hamill. I do not know how she will dance but I am very happy she is on the list.
Kellie Pickler is my second favorite star. I have liked her since she was on American Idol.
She is very sweet and very ditzy. She is dancing with Derek so.....maybe she will win!!
I know Wynonna and I think she will add COLOR to the show. DL Hugley is a comedian and he will add laughs. Lisa Vanderpump will add cleavage....and Andy Dick will also add humor and maybe a little heart. He tries to get it right...and fails over and over. Wishing him well.
Everyone else I will have to look up to even see what they look like.
The show premiers on March 28th.
I wonder if this International Student Idenity Card is instead of a Passport...or was needed with a Passport?
It was sooooooo long ago I can not remember.
Between Junior and Senior year at Hilldale College I went to Switzerland, Austria and Italy with a friend named Brenda. We carried backpacks and stayed at Youth Hostels. It was a fantastic trip!
She is from Ohio. She lost touch almost immediately. We did not argue or fight...I don't know what happened there. One of those great mysteries in life.
But the reason I am showing you, as I am sure you have already guessed, is because of my Dorothy Hamill haircut. I started getting it cut this way when I was at Stephens College in Missouri. There was a very very good stylist who did a fantastic job. I loved it.
I found a stylist in Ann Arbor Mich who did a nice job...so I was able to keep it up during my Hillsdale years.
After that....I started growing it out again.
And there you have 'The History of The Haircut.'
Wishing you good haircuts and modest darts,