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October 22, 2009
My and my sister's school photos, fourth and second grade, respectively, doesn't do our Little Lord Fauntleroy ensembles much justice. Snapped from mid-chest up, you see only part of our purple velveteen jackets, a peek of our ruffled collars, wavy locks tumbling around the placid cheeks of two of the wisest- and most serious-faced young lads from the mid-1880s to ever walk the 1970s. Too bad you can't see the matching knickers, the cable tights, the fey buckle shoes.

My sister's impish face looks like she's hiding a secret. Mine just blatantly says, "Years from now I will regret this."