teddyknowsbest ha respondido a tu publicación:My icon
I absolutely love it!!

ohmahgash!! thankies!!

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I regret nothing…today was Harry and Jo's bday!!

kathleen-kick-kennedy:

Kathleen in 1926!
jackandjackie:

The famous Kennedy squint
bev61:

AT JFK’S FUNERAL TRUMAN WAS OVER HEARD SAYING TO EISENHOWER. 
 “WHAT ARE TWO OLD COOTS LIKE US WALKING AROUND AND THAT YOUNG MAN IS LYING IN A CASKET.”
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innovation-today ha respondido a tu publicación:Hi!!
Hi! I haven’t talked to you in ages. I hope you’re doing okay. I’ll see what I can get a hold of!

oh my!! thk u so very much!!

Hi!!


How r u guys? i hope everything is fine…im…well, i just need to ask u a lil favor…i need all the pics u can get from jack, jackie, bobby, edward, ethel and joan from like 12 to 20 years old… :B

Its for a lil proyect im working on ^^

Thankies for your help ♥

teddyknowsbest:

"He carried a great sense of humor. He liked to play pranks,  one of which I saw up close and personal. One Thursday night after a long series of votes, we chartered an airplane to take Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Senator Claiborne Pell, and me north to join our vacationing families in the area. A week later we were here in the Chamber, and Claiborne Pell came over to me, hands shaking, with a letter in his hand. I looked at the letter. It was my stationery. On that stationery it asked for Claiborne Pell, a frugal man, to pay a far greater share of the total than was originally agreed to. I was embarrassed, mortified. I quickly declared that it was wrong and apologized profusely. And then I went to Ted to assure him that if he got a letter such as that, the letter was incorrect. Ted turned belligerent. He reminded me of the help he provided in my first election and asked: How could I nickel and dime him after all of that help? He turned on his heel, walked away red-faced, and then I realized it was part of the creation of a plot to embarrass me. The two of us broke into laughter so loud, so boisterously, that the Presiding Officer demanded that we leave the Chamber. "

- The late Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ)
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