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Just me,  hanging with my sometimes angsty but not yet jaded daughter
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Me,questioning the taste of hairdresser
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Me, embracing the creative vision of my hair dresser!
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I told her we couldn't make popcorn over the fire because I didn't know how. She didn't let that stop her!
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Using power tools to take something apart just for fun!
 
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Love this!  Memories... my Dad used to babysit my sister and I by pretending to be asleep and letting us put his hair in pink sponge rollers and paint his nails with fingernail polish.  Sometimes added Mom's makeup... as long as he was snoring we were busy.  Military crew cut, so you can imagine the struggle with rollers ^.^ and he probably lost a few hairs in the process.  We were about 4 and 6 years old in the pictures.  Wish I still had those <3

I also used to sort screws, nuts, bolts, and all manner of things after he let me take something apart.  The garage was a favorite place where it seemed almost anything could be made :.)

Your daughter is so lovely, William, with such a beautiful spirit shining through her eyes.
 
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