Lori and Me – Part 3

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In this third instalment of Lori and Me, we have blondie Donna in the photobooth with two unidentified people, one of whom could be her mother, or the mother of the other young woman. Donna is looking more mature in this set, as is her friend who was pictured with Donna in the previous post in this series.

I think it is a great group of fun photos. Shame about the older woman who seems to think she is one of the teenage girls. For some reason she REALLY irritates me. I normally refrain from saying anything negative about the people in my photos, mostly because I don’t have anything bad to say about them, but in this case, urgh!

All the photos were taken on the same day somewhere in the USA. Unfortunately, none of them are dated.

To see the rest of the posts in this series, please click here.

 

15 comments
  1. You’re right, the one in the black is the girl from before.

    Katherine… don’t you think you are being a little harsh on the older woman? She’s just trying to have a good time… in the words of the immortal Cyndi Lauper…

    ♫♪♬♩Girls – they want to have fun𝄫♬♪♪
    ♭♫♪♬Oh girls just want to have fun♯𝄞♬♪

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    • p.s. If you look at Donna’s pose in the very last photo on the left side… now where have I seen that look before…

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    • Undoubtedly I am being harsh but irritating is irritating. It is irrational, I know. Maybe she reminds me of someone from my past who done me wrong?

      I love the way you added the musical notation. Very clever. I saw Cyndi Lauper at the Hammersmith Odeon in London in 1987. She was the most fascinating and dynamic performer I had ever seen. I have never seen anyone else to equal her.

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  2. abhoan said:

    That whole part about you getting irritated was more funny and interesting than the pictures 😀

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  3. Mike said:

    Insert Ted’s music notation here……Oh, Donna. Oh Donna. I had a girl, Donna was her name. Since she left me, I’ve never been the same. Oh Donna, Oh Donna. End musical notation.
    This will be my sentiment, felt deeply, when the Donna series ends. It will be yet another loss for me, as it was for Richie Valens (real name Valenzuela) when his Donna left him.

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    • Valenzuela, eh? I didn’t know that! Glad you like the series, Mike. I love it as she changes a lot from beginning to end and looks so joyous in all the photos!

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      • Mike said:

        Yes, they thought his real name was too Hispanic and made it a bit whiter.

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  4. In defense of that woman I think she’s not as old as you think she is! 😉 And if she were, she’s young at heart which is always good. My two pennies! Seriously though, what a series you have of Donna.

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