Just imagine the clothes I would be wearing… and how I would look in them. A very simple t-shirt, shorts, shoes, and a hat.
“A woman in 1930 would have been pretty, but she would have looked too much like a lady. If I came from a family that made their clothing, I’d wear the clothes I remember.”
As far as the shoes go, Kiki was pretty casual. Not quite the ‘dress’ we think of as wearing shoes nowadays. Her parents always had big gold toe shoes at Christmas, she wore them to school every day, and she loved them.
“It wasn’t a fancy shoe, but my mom would take me to school with the same shoes. They didn’t let her wear other shoes, or make her go barefoot, and she loved them,” Kiki laughed.
“There was a time where, at 14, I would get the shoes and it would be, ‘What do you think about this?’ I would be like, ‘I love these shoes.’ Then I had other options later, but it was all about the shoes,” Kiki said.
As a teenager, Kiki had a very active social life thanks to the many friends she made through the Internet and through her parents. It was through these connections that Kiki met a very interesting guy at her first school dance, who was then dating some girl who was friends with one of her teachers from school.
“I was really shy and scared. I went to this school dance and it was a big dance because this guy who was friends with one of my teachers went to it,” Kiki recalled.
When I met him at this dance, I was already in love with this person, and I wanted to know more more about it. So I asked him if he had ever dated other girls.”
Kiki’s first relationship was with this guy and lasted only three weeks. It seemed like an extremely short relationship, but it was really only two months of actual dating. He had asked her to come over often, but she said no.
“He asked me to come over once a week to go shopping. For that time, he was really busy. But I didn’t come over because the next week, he asked me to come over twice a week. I was like what? No, come over a little more. And by the end of it, it was like this really good relationship and he asked me not to come
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