27 July, 2012

36 Years Ago...

...the Summer Olympics were being held in Montreal, Nadia Comaneci scored the first perfect "10" in women's gymnastics.

...both Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford were strong contenders for the Republican Presidential Nominee position heading toward the convention.

...Elvis Presley was on tour in Syracuse.

..."Got To get You Into My Life" by the Beatles was the number one song in the country.

..and this precious baby girl was born!

Happy birthday today to my sweet daughter, you have certainly made the world a happier and more loving place; your Dad and I are so very proud of the lovely lady that you've become; here's hoping that today is a special one for you.


Life is Good!

14 comments:

Darla H said...

Awwwww!What a sweetie she is.

I have a bicentennial baby,too. Did you get one of those special birth certificates?
Mine will be 36 next month and he he abouve average,too. It was a very good year, lol.

Nancy, Near Philadelphia said...

Love this picture.

Quiltdivajulie said...

So many memories . . . happy birthday to your sweet girl!

Charleen said...

What a precious picture! I also have a Bicentennial daughter.

Pen Pen said...

Aw, happy birthday sweet daughter. You were (and still are) so cute!!

Janet O. said...

Oh, you look so young in that photo. So cute!

Nane said...

You look 12

LizA. said...

Wow! You don't look old enough to have a baby, and your daughter looks so tiny!

Linnie Quilts said...

What a beautiful tribute to your daughter ... I hope she has a wonderous birthday ;-)

lindsey said...

Lovely photo! I hope you and your daughter were able to celebrate today! Enjoy the Olympics, I have been watching the Opening Ceremony and have been pleasantly surprised by the content.

Angie said...

You were both cute as a button---and you still are. :)

Ancestor Collector said...

So sweet! And you look like you did in junior high! I'd forgotten how teeny tiny M was! :-)

AnnieO said...

Darling photo--you look like a young girl yourself! "Got to Get You Into My Life" is one of my very favorite songs of all time. Happy Birthday to your treasured daughter.

Susan said...

What a great picture! You look so happy. My husband shares a birthday with your daughter (He turned 25 in 1976) and my son shares Mason's birthday (He just turned 23).