Wednesday, 14 November 2012

The Gallery 123 ~ The Eighties

The theme for The Gallery this week is The Eighties.


What can I say apart from "My god I was skinny"
How depressing is that!!!

Luckily for me, I was not a follower of fashion, so no fashion faux paux  for me, apart from the odd dodgy haircut and the idiot that I wasted my youth on!

I was much more interested in riding horses and showing my dogs, no Ronhills, White Stiletto's and dancing round a handbag for me.

Although I do still have a pair of black suede 4" stiletto's hidden somewhere in the back of the wardrobe. I actually used to be able to run in those. 

When we moved house 10 years ago I put them on and couldn't even walk across the room in them, how times have changed.

So the only pics I have from the 80's are these dodgy haircuts.
So let the mickey taking begin...








Pop over to Sticky Fingers and check out other peoples dodgy 80's pictures.

 

16 comments:

  1. Love your pictures and love the theme this week :)

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  2. Hair back then was a little big random for all I think. Love the poochies x

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  3. Brilliant - your bedroom looks just like mine! Happy memories!

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    1. Thanks, I still have that tv and it works lol

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  4. A great trip down memory lane. Not for me though, photos of me in the 80s are under lock and key :-)

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    1. Now that's a shame Lesley would love to have seen them and had a giggle xxx

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  5. Great pictures, and lots of good memories for you there. Love the dogs. Is one a staffie?

    CJ x

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    1. Thank you CJ, no they are all Rottweilers, Roma just had flyaway ears which makes her look a little different. There are some better pictures of her elsewhere on the blog..

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  6. Love the train photo - I so remember when trains were like that!

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    1. They were soooo much better when you could open the windows, I miss the slam doors too...

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  7. Who is the lady in the headscarf? Is it the Queen?

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    1. The lady in the headscarf was Pat Lanz she was Royalty of a sort in the Hungarian Puli and Rottweiler show world, the lady taking notes was Rita Parratt .

      Both very highly respected Rottweiler Judges, my boy Saxon was having his tprement and conformation assessment here.

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