From a photograph by Solomon D. Butcher of four daughters of rancher Joseph M. Chrisman, at their sod house in Custer County, Nebraska. From left to right, Harriet, Elizabeth, Lucie, and Ruth. Photographed in 1886.

Sunday, May 07, 2006

Prom and All Its Agony

All In The Family...





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Isaac's neckline looks a bit untidy because he doesn't like to fasten the top button on his shirt. But he looked very spiffy, I thought. His date backed out on him in a very unkind way about a week ago, so I was proud that Isaac went to Prom anyhow. He danced with four different girls, hung out with his friends, took lots of pictures, and had a good time.

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4 comments:

LittleOne said...

I'm glad Isaac chose to go inspite of the circumstances. When I was in highschool, I didn't go to my prom because my date was in the military and couldn't get leave time. What a shame that I missed out on such a milestone. I could have had a great time like Isaac did. I think he made a wise choice.

Genevieve said...

I was glad he went, too. He has mentioned several times how much fun he had. I'm glad that it's accepted for the kids to attend without dates if they want. There's no reason they shouldn't go and enjoy the occasion.

Phil said...

I kept very much to myself during high school and thus didn't go to prom. I dunno, I guess it could have been fun... but I don't really have too many regrets.

Phil said...

Actually, my senior quote was, "I regret not talking much during my school years..." so I guess I just contradicted myself.

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