My paternal grandmother. She’d be twenty years old. Kauai.
I am so delighted to see this lovely woman as she
was at 20. Bless her.
I LOOVE this. It always struck me, looking at old pics of these women, how they always wore pants. My grandma talks often about how there were so few women who wore jeans and pants back then. My grandma, Auntie Flo, Auntie Harriett, Auntie Tinka. They were all considered tomboys, and according to them, weren’t considered traditionally beautiful. But look at her- she’s stunning. And they still had boys chasing them.
Plus, when they all got married… well, you know as well as I that they all continued to wear the pants….
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