Some people have created some really amazing shots of their inpretations of their past history by shooting new photos. My version will be to show you two old photos each week that give a glimpse into what made me who I am today.
Here we have two photos – both taken around the age of 5.
1 ~ The first shot is totally for kicks and happens to be Beth’s favorite photo of me in the world..I even made her a standing cut-out paper doll of this photo once. Anyway, here I am on a beach in Thailand while on a trip visiting my relatives.
2 ~ The second photo is of me and my dad the year he opened his first Thai restaurant in Philadelphia. You know when you go to an ethnic restaurant and you see the owners kids playing in the back or doing their homework at an unused table? That was me! I always worked there on the weekends during high school and during summers in college…it was my daughterly duty. But I’m not complaning. I grew up appreciating food & the food business–and more importantly…I learned to understand & appreciate how hard my parents worked to create what they have today.
MY FAVORITE PHOTO EVER!
You were so cute! Dope swimsuit…are those cabbage patch kids?
ha, yes…it was a cabbage patch kids swimsuit!
How cute. How does viewing the old pics make you feel?
Qué guapa!:-) I had the same swimsuit!!!:-)
That swimsuit rules!
I have one of myself in an early 80’s wonder-woman suit somewhere. 😉
Love the first one – strike a pose!
And the second one is just great. Love your captions too.
OK, really must get on the ball with this project. Must must must.
Joy, with your permission I really must add you to my KWA (Kids With Attitude) Hall of Fame!
I adore your blog. It makes me happy. Very nspirational too!
Love the suit.
i love those pics and yum, thai food!
classical swimsuit.luuvs it. i think i might also have the same in blue 🙂 anyway speaking of thai, i am finally travellin wid da family for our summer vacation and it so happens to be thailand (which is like my home away from home i just looove it there) and i was thinking, do u know any shops or crafts store in bangkok where i can get felt or nice materials from there, cheap preferably (cuz where im at it is way too expensive, eeeek!!)