Thursday, July 29, 2010

GUESS WHO?

My sister sent this to me this morning.  It is from my highschool year book.  She found it on a website called classmates.com.  It seems my yearbook was being featured today.  In September I will be attending a 50th reunion!  Good grief, where has the time flown.  Even my grandchildren are past this year in their lives.  Can you find me?  I didn't think  I looked like this photo even then.  

6 comments:

Joyfulartist said...

Yearbooks are a bugger! That's why, with all the moves we've made, I threw mine away. The old family photos are enough. This year would be my 50th as well, not that I ever attend any reunions.

Cynnie said...

I found you right away...really. It was between you and a person named June Dearing/Dearling ...I had to enlarge the foto then to find the real you. I recognized you by your mouth. I feel I have seen so many images of your images of yourself and that is how I knew it was you.

SHEILA'S FINE ART said...

looks to me like you are the last photo in the second row. time sure does fly. yet, watercolor painting is a great way to spend that time. i really enjoy your blog. thanks for sharing you talent. i've slowed down this summer, as far as creating watercolor paintings, been wall painting and next kitchen cabinet painting, a different way to create. will be getting back to creating watercolors in September.
-Sheila

RHCarpenter said...

LOL! I found you right off the bat! Now, not sure you really look this way - especially since you weren't smiling. Was it the mouth that did you in? Perhaps.

Sherry Pierce Thurner said...

I enjoy your work with portraiture very much, and am jealous of your workshop with Gerald Brommer. I think he would be inspiring! AS for old yearbooks, that's a source I enjoy for working on quick portraits.

Mary Paquet said...

Myrna, I thought I knew which one was you (I was right), but I confirmed that a Myrna Cooper was in the second row.

My 50th this year too and I am going to the reunion in Barre, VT. My late husband was also in the class, so I will be representing both of us. I look forward to having fun trying to recognize the remaining 60 or so (of 70) classmates.

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