This is amazing!
Wow! I think I had a fairly normal childhood. It was in the south but we had no guns.Best,Bonnie
Aw, c'mon, Glenda. We need just a tiny bit more commentary than that!!! This picture is hilarious. Also terrifying. Love you.
Ha! what a funny picture -- I love it!!
I agree... We need more!! You are so cute. I was terrified of guns but had to take a few weeks of rifle/target shooting in middle school gym class. Pretty sure that's not even allowed these days!
What a fun picture. Well, you did it for fun, I did it for real growing up in Soviet Union and going to Soviet school. Learning to target shoot rifles and AKs and disassemble and assemble (timed) AK47 was part of our curriculum of high school :)Lucy
Oh my goodness Glenda this picture speaks a thousand words and lots of guessing too! Now I know why you're so fun!!
I have to say Wow! Interesting picture indeed but in a cool way :)
Well, yes, I would concur. Ah, the 70's......
I had to look up third culture kids on the internet! I like the picture!
Amazing picture! We just used to play charades in our house at Christmas...your childhood looks much more interesting...
Love it! Having third culture kids as friends through my whole life, I understand!~Adrienne~
Each time I see this picture, Glenda, I chuckle and shake my head at the craziness of life. It still amazes me when people say, "I'm afraid of guns". How idiotic. I'm afraid of deranged people who have guns but guns themselves...not at all.
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