Thursday, June 25, 2009


First, I remember wanting to be Cher. Later on came the try-to-emulate-Brooke-Sheilds years.

But really, deep down, what girl growing up in the 70's didn't want to be a Charlie's Angel?

They were smart and tough, yet hot and feminine at the same time. Yeah, when I grow up, I want to be a Charlie's Angel.

Okay, maybe not. But maybe I could at least be, maybe like a watergirl for Charlie's Angels?

Or no. Maybe if I tried reeeaaallly hard to clean myself up and do the hair right, maybe... just maybe....

Not Farrah, though. No way. She was waaaay out of my league. Not an option.

May she rest in peace.


terri said...

Yep. Feeling a little sad about that myself.

Husbands Anonymous said...

Little sad. Long before I developed the crazed hormones of a teenaged boy, I was mightily impressed with her as the character in the Six Million Dollar Man, opposite Lee Majors.
Golden age of TV.

Whodat? said...

Talk about impact. Would you believe she was an Angel for only a single season? No one remembers Cheryl Ladd like they remember Farrah.

Herb said...


Judy said...


I wanted to be Kate Jackson. Farrah was just too much for me - I could never be here.

Truly, she'll be missed. Truly. End of an era.

brandy101 said...

Seriously, I always thought they were slutty...except Kate Jackson. I never watched the angels but loved Kate on Scarecrow & Mrs King.