Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Elizabeth Taylor 1932 – 2011


Washington Post Obit Here

I saw Elizabeth Taylor walking down a quiet street one day in Richmond, back when she was married to John Warner. That was about the time this picture was taken. She was all alone, wearing a fancy blue gown, seemingly just out for a little stroll.

She was staring off into the distance, as if she was thinking about something from the past, and she had a little smile on her face. She looked perfectly happy.

Her eyes were purple and glowed like lazers.

I was so stunned, I had to go home and sit down for a while.



Elizabeth Taylor 1932 – 2011


Washington Post Obit Here

I saw Elizabeth Taylor walking down a quiet street one day in Richmond, back when she was married to John Warner. That was about the time this picture was taken. She was all alone, wearing a fancy blue gown, seemingly just out for a little stroll.

She was staring off into the distance, as if she was thinking about something from the past, and she had a little smile on her face. She looked perfectly happy.

Her eyes were purple and glowed like lazers.

I was so stunned, I had to go home and sit down for a while.



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