|At the Hollywood Drive-In Golf at Universal Studios. I loved their putt putt courses which were based on 1950's B-movies. This one was called The Haunting of Ghostly Green.|
|Before hacking into the dress, I thought I'd give it one last hurrah in all of it's shoulder-pad, big-hair-with-bow, blue-eye-shadow, and-pointy-shoe glory.|
|As a kid, my cousin, my aunt and I used to watch Dynasty, Falcon Crest and Dallas curled up with my grandma in her bed. The plot was over our heads so we usually had our noses stuck in some Sweet Valley High book.|
|More pictures from the putt putt. I've not putt putted in ages and we had so much fun. If you've not been lately, I say go.|
- Removal of shoulder pads. But I didn't trash them. They'll come back in style someday, right?
- Removal of 8" from the hemline. I mean really. It was like a floral parachute.
- Addition of yellow scalloped collar. Seen best in the final photo.
- Removal of belt. I love it, but you can't see it. So I am wearing my bow belt instead.
- Addition of matching sandals. I used the excess fabric to create the straps for my Sseko sandals. If you are not familiar with Sseko, you might want to check them out.
|Another show we watched with grandma as kids. I always thought of my grandma as being like Dixie Carter's Julie Sugarbaker. Doesn't Charlene look like she's wearing my floral dress?|
|Dynasty Dress, consider yourself conquered, bwahaha.|
Erm, yeah. And that's the last time I let him win at putt putt. Enjoy your weekend!