"SHARING LIFE EXPERIENCES"
elvis looks so much better these days!
Elvis was a hunk for sure! I still love listening to him sing.
Yeah, he seems to have that effect on folks who can really remember!!!
I loved Elvis!!
I was an Elvis fan and my mother didn't care for him, but I remember watching one of his performances on tv when he was wearing a black leather shirt/pants...ooh, la, la!...and my mother walked by the tv and took a look and stopped in her tracks. She sat down and watched the rest of the show and decided that he could sing "pretty good". Haha! I'm not sure if it was the music or looks, but he reeled her in with that performance. Funny, the things we remember, isn't it? :)
I don't know if you have ever been to Branson, MO or not, but if you ever get the chance to go, you have to go to the Dick Clark Theater to see Elvis. He really puts on a good show and gets involved with the audience.
I love Elvis songs. He was not to bad to look at either. A shame when someone like that lets life get out of control.
Great pictures of the "three" of you :)I had a friend in high school that loved Elvis and his songs; I liked a few of them, but wasn't a super big fan, but I can still remember the day he died (weird, right)? betty
We always will love Elvis!
He looks a little taller in the photo. I suppose you could have kidnapped him and transported him across the state line.....
LOVE me some Elvis :)
Taryterre,I LOVE THIS SONG!! What a nice surprise to have taken your picture with this beautiful man. I always thought that my son looked like him.Love,~Sheri
I'm an Elvis fan. Had the best time touring Graceland. If you ever get the chance to visit Memphis, you would enjoy it.
When my Dad died and I began researching family ancestry I found that I am related to Elvis's mother on BOTH sides. My Dad's is a closer relation, Elvis' grandmother's maiden name was the same as mine: Mancil and we share a common ancestor. On my Mom's side we too share a common ancestor but it's more distant. I went to the shore and had a pic taken of me with his statue.
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