They give us a room with a view of the beautiful Rhine, They give us a room with a view of the beautiful Rhine, Gimme a muddy old creek in Texas any old time.
In 58 Elvis entered the Army and school girls everywhere cried! He was a handsome devil in his uniform! So I wore my army green skinny cargo pants and black heeled boots. I'm sure they wore this in the army in 58, right? I threw my husband's army coat over my outfit. I actually think this was either his dad's or his brother's from when they were in service.
|There's a lot of green in this picture.|
|68 Comeback Special|
Full disclosure here. The following outfit was meant to be worn today, Thursday. I always try stuff on the night before to make sure it's going to work. I got Ben to just go ahead and take pictures of me because I am so rushed in the morning. And then he gets his guitar out to add to it. Well, it's a good thing we did this because I was up all night with my poor puppy having seizures. He's always had them. He's seriously medicated for them, but you never know when they are going to happen. He went for a record breaking 71 days between seizure cycles this time. And I say cycles because this will go on for 3-5 days. He will have one every hour or every few hours. We just never know. One thing for sure, though, is it's exhausting. I didn't come in to work until 11:30. So this outfit was INTENDED to be worn today but what I actually have on is a State Farm sweatshirt and jeans.
I don't have leather pants. These pants are black velvet. (Hmmm...There's a fabulous song about Elvis called Black Velvet.) And I got them on clearance at Eddie Bauer for $11! But I do have a black leather coat. I added a little bling with my sequin scarf and I wore heels. I'm sure Elvis didn't wear heels. LOL The guitar, like I said, was Ben's idea. You have no idea how many pictures he took. I told him I just thought he liked the idea of girls and guitars!
Black velvet and that little boy's smile
Black velvet with that slow southern style
A new religion that'll bring ya to your knees
Black velvet if you please