When I was young, I wanted to be That Girl.
I really wasn't very interested in getting married and never poured over
Bride's Magazine until after I was engaged and everyone was prompting me
to make some choices.
No ~ I wanted to head to New York, an even bigger city than my hometown
of Chicago. I was not too interested in being an actress, although there were times
when I dreamed of being a dancer in a Broadway Show.
I wanted to be an artist and live in Greenwich Village. I had big dreams.
I wanted to be hip and cool and independent while wearing very cute clothes
And my interior design style would have been much more like this!
So fast forward ...
I did get to NYC and I attended the New York School of Interior Design.
And one day I met my own Donald Hollinger. And like Ann Marie, I became
engaged, but unlike her ...
I did get married. I moved into a charming 99 year old cottage in
Idaho and am living happily ever after.
But for a while, in my heart, I was That Girl!
Bentley ~ did momma ever tell you that story? She did!
Well, would you like to hear it again???
Whoops ~ Bentley just slid out the door to chase a cat. I
suppose that hearing that story once was enough for him.
Susan and Bentley
PS: This post was prompted by a day watching a
That Girl marathon.