When skinny didn’t rule…….remember when?

When Skinny Didn't rule

Re-blogged from ksfinblog: Global Analyst

This sparks a memory of modeling days at an Illustrator Photographer’s shoot for a Coca Cola add. I was blonde, brown-eyed, dressed as a cowgirl, sitting on a fence with a saddle beside me, and a bottle of Coke in my hand. The photo was published on the full back cover of a major women’s’ magazine. It was a short term modeling career while going through nursing school. But, good memories, a little money, and a lot of fun. A commitment to nursing won out. Probably a good thing!

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About C.E.Robinson

After years working in healthcare, I retired as a nurse practitioner to be a full time writer, co-author, and blogger. From the blog’s beginning in 2014, Before Sundown has been honored with awards, and blog tours. I’m ever grateful, and appreciative of dedicated worldwide followers who like, comment, share and tweet posts. I started the blog to connect with other bloggers, and in a way to learn more about writing. I also wanted to support other bloggers, friends and family by writing blog posts about them, their books, interests, professions and travels. The collections of sunsets/sunrises on the Welcome page came from bloggers all over the world. I wanted visitors to remember what made you smile Before Sundown. What better way then to offer breathtaking sunsets or sunrises? A monthly featured sunset continues. http://cerobinsonauthor.com
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2 Responses to When skinny didn’t rule…….remember when?

  1. volcanowoman says:

    For sure these models have a whole lot more curves then their modern counterparts and it looks healthy.

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  2. Agree wholeheartedly with your comment!

    Like

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