…and then my husband tells me to tone down my enthusiasm.
Newlyweds Anne Nafe and Edwin Marks exit the Danforth Chapel on the K.U. campus.
While it may sound like the name of a royal princess of Wales, Charlotte Amalie is actually the largest city of the United States Virgin Islands, located in St. Thomas. Below, you can see the celebration in Charlotte Amalie on the 50th anniversary of Transfer Day, which marked the transfer of the islands from Denmark to the United States inContinue reading “Blasé Balloon Blower”
Once you’ve worked up a sweat, go grab yourself a glass of cold refreshments from an ancient chaperone. Dance to the groovy tunes of a guy wearing a headband. And if possible, be crowned something that proves you’re better than everyone else. See the envy in their eyes as you rock that crown. Dang, itContinue reading “How To Party Like It’s 1970”
Bride Maria and groom Jerry Duran march behind hat-donning musicians as 1/10 of the poorly-populated village of Talpa, NM celebrates their nuptials. The destination is the home of an uncle, where the reception will begin (and the young girl can set this baby down).
Okay, okay, I get it. The war is over. Japan has just surrendered, and folks in Washington DC are understandably celebrating with copious amounts of PDA. But tone it down, folks. Save it for the bedroom. I’m turning into an old fuddy-duddy, aren’t I?
Residents of NYC’s Little Italy district celebrated V-J Day (Victory over Japan) on August 14, 1945. Just imagine looking up from the street, at all those people celebrating the end of war.