On this day in 1969 –– Paul, Doris, Debra & Patti Tate visited Sharon at her Cielo Drive home for what would ultimately turn out to be the last time they would meet as a complete family. Together, they witnessed the televised Apollo11 moon landing. In her book [‘Sharon Tate: Recollection’] Debra wrote of their final moments together: “Mom, slightly emotional as mothers often are when leaving their children, asked Sis if she was going to be all right and if there was anything she might need. Sharon assured her, “No, silly, I’m okay. I have everything I need,” as her eyes glanced down towards her belly. We all filed out of the house, Sharon behind us. She waited for us to get in the car to start waving goodbye, and we all did the same until we exited the large gate. I looked over my shoulder to wave one last time and noticed her standing in the doorway. She resembled Botticelli’s Venus with her hand under belly and her corn-colored hair dancing gently in the breeze. She became smaller and smaller as we rounded the corner until, finally, she disappeared.”
Getting my 60s on for today’s 60s-themed work BBQ (so-decided because it happens to coincide with the 49th anniversary of the moon landing🤓👨🏻🚀🌚🌝). Let me just say that I have the utmost respect for any of you who do a cat eye every day — it’s so frickin hard!!!😩 I just don’t have the patience/steady hand👁✍🏼
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Gorgeous 60s moygashel linen shift dress with cut thread work lace waist panel and fabulous classic large brimmed black and white hat
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