At school 60 years ago, in England, we were taught to straighten our backs, shoulder back, chin, and head up. My parents were the same. ‘If you can’t stand straight, then I don’t want to see you’. Yes many parents were very strict in the early 50’s.
I am so pleased that I had this kind of upbringing. I now walk talk, am slim, with muscles, and can wear anything. I go with white and black mainly, and sometimes add in gray. These clothes make me look both elegant, and stylish.
I am fortunate that my friends are always complimenting me on how I look, and my clothes. I use many skirts, trousers, with different tops, and they think I have hundreds of different outfits.
As a senior, I am proud of my school, my parents, and myself for sticking to the rules.