ahhhhhh - memories of oldl photographs of my own mother. Were you born in or near 1920?I recognize the shoes and the dark - was it red? - nail polish.~Mad(elyn) in Alabamawww.xanga.com/madewyn
Oh, you are so beautiful. I've been reading your blog since your first entry--from your passage to America on your own, through your time as a maid, through becoming a PT and getting married, through you difficult relationship with your mother.You were and are a woman of tremendous gumption, initiative, and spunk. With your attitude and your looks, no wonder you charmed your way into the hearts of the many people you encountered along the way.I feel very sorry for your mother that she never appreciated you. But obviously a lot of people did. And now, a whole new generation of people is opening their hearts to you via the internet.Thanks for sharing your life and thoughts with us.
Beautiful picture! Looking forward to more of your story as usual!
Very elegant, very poised. Amazing.
ooooh! La la!Thank you so much for posting the photo. I hope there are more to come.
I think we realised a while back where Shreve got her brave and adventurous character. Now we can see where she gets her stunning good looks, too ;-)
Yay! A beautiful view of the woman we've come to love as "Svensto-the-blogger"!!Thank you :)
we just don't take portraits like that anymore!
What a beautiful photo! Such class and poise. I sincerely hope that you will post more photos of the time as it is rare to find candid shots.
beautiful picture..amazing life you have had!! thank you for sharing. Marlene from Cambria
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