Hey, that's MINE!

AJs human, im just jealous that you use hair ties.

Unfortunately i wouldnt have a use for them nowadays unless its for chest hair!:eek:

That would be funny…:D

I believe a woman's hair is her glory. That's in a religious Tome somewhere, but American Indians believe this as well. My hair falls past my waist.

Cheers

AJs Human love that hair just about three weeks ago I cut a good 6 inches off my hair and I still can sit on it. My sons hair goes to his waist my daughters was past her bottom but she has cut it back to the middle of her back.

Rita Jean

Last time I cut may hair was 3 years ago when my ex's mother died. She was the last Full-blood Indian in her tribe. Cut half my hair off for her. It took 4 hours to burn it! Chief made fun of me because of how long it took.:D

That's really neat we use to go to the Indian Res in Stroud, Okla. My grandparent's last name is also Stroud funny right. My aunt was full blooded I have Indian in me but that darn German in me takes over ever now and again. While my children are Indian, Greman, Japanese made my daughter beautiful my son not sure he is still growing.

Rita Jean

I'm 1/4 Mescalero Apache. My older daughter (in college now) is nearly half. I look more white, but she looks Full blooded. She's gorgeous. Don't have any good photos of her in digital form or I'd post it in "other pets" hehehe:D

I just call children the two legged ones. I bet your daughter is beautiful. Well the Japanese and Indian really made my daughter beautiful. My mother in-law when she was young was to die for so so very beautiful. My husband is very handsome as long as he has his beard hard to see or tell the Japanese but without hello.

Rita Jean

I lived in Japan for 1 1/2 yrs as a teenager. My stepdad was a Marine. We were on the island of Okinawa. Japanese women are very beautiful. I love their fine features. I'll wager your daughter has no shortage of fawning beaux.

That is neat that you lived in Japan I would love to see it but I am not to crazy about flying. Until you can drive there I am not going. My father-in-law was Army how he of course meet and married mom. My husband brother Frank was born in Japan. My husband was born in Texas and was in Arkansas.

Rita Jean

You could always swim…:D

That is really funny I never learned how to swim.

Rita Jean

@AJs:

I lived in Japan for 1 1/2 yrs as a teenager. My stepdad was a Marine. We were on the island of Okinawa. Japanese women are very beautiful. I love their fine features. I'll wager your daughter has no shortage of fawning beaux.

I spent a year on Okinawa as a Marine when I was 19 (73-74).

We lived off-base just outside the back gate of Futenma. I went to high school at Kubasaki and was on the Zukeran swim team. (Maybe some day I'll teach Rita Jean)
I was there 82-84. My step dad was pretty hard-core. He was 28 yrs in then, MasterSgt. I didn't get away with much.

We lived off-base just outside the back gate of Futenma. I went to high school at Kubasaki and was on the Zukeran swim team. (Maybe some day I'll teach Rita Jean)
I was there 82-84. My step dad was pretty hard-core. He was 28 yrs in then, MasterSgt. I didn't get away with much.

I was at Camp Foster. Had a lot of fun running around in those towns!

I kept getting kicked out of the club that was next to the cafeteria on Foster. That's where the video game was that I liked, but I was too young to be in there. Naturally, I went in anyway.

Remember BC Street? Went a few places there I wasn't supposed to be, too.:D

Well thank you for the offer AJs Human but water and I get along just about as well as water and oil. They do not care for each other and go separate ways.

Rita Jean

I'd start you out with something like the swimming pool version of the Bunny Slopes.:D

Your really funny AJs Human. Can I ask does AJs Human have a name or if you do not want it on here I understand. The old saying you cannot teach a old dog new tricks it comes true sometimes you cannot.

Rita Jean

@AJs:

I kept getting kicked out of the club that was next to the cafeteria on Foster. That's where the video game was that I liked, but I was too young to be in there. Naturally, I went in anyway.

Remember BC Street? Went a few places there I wasn't supposed to be, too.:D

I drank a few thousand beers in that nco club.:D
We had a huge riot on Foster on the Marine Corp Birthday on that base. That was fun especially for me being on guard duty at the time. :eek:

I look up were Frank was born at Tachikawa Honshu is that close to were you were at AJs Human? Mom's first name is Tsuneko.

Rita Jean

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