Monday, November 3, 2008

Weirdness Runs in My Family

This is my cousin Sally who is almost ten years younger than I am. She went to a Halloween party and did her usual dressing in drag for it. She thinks she looks like Kevin Kline. Do you?


Here she is as herself with my daughter Kathy a few years ago.

10 comments:

David Dust said...

I'm not sure she looks like Kevin Kline - but she looks pretty convincing as a man.

XOXOXOXO

Love You! Love your Drag King relatives!!!

Dan said...

I totally see see it.

Such a diverse family you have Auntie Flame.

Beth said...

wow...what a transformation!!! and she does look like Kevin Kline a little bit...but she does make a good man!

ahhhh cross dressing relatives...gotta love em.

frogponder said...

Don't think I have any cross dressing relatives... but I do have weird relatives! My aunt was on Jesse Helm's Enemy's List. We were so proud.

Anonymous said...

A reasonable resemblance from a distance ... and I would know since I've known KDK all my life

Berry Blog said...

Kind of a stunning transformation actually. Really attractive ladies in the second photo.
I'm making homemade oyster stew this evening. Come on over.
-Charlie

Joy said...

I might have misled you. Sally is only a drag king for costume parties. Otherwise, she is her actualy girl self. So when I said "usual" I meant as a costume since I've never seen her in person as a man because I'm not invited to those work parties. She's hilarious. You'd all like her even though she's not a cross-dresser except for special occasions.

Joy said...

Way to go about your aunt, FP! That's great!

Jimbo said...

I think she looks more like Christopher Walken. Anyway, that's a great transformation. Wow!

sally wright said...

Dear bloggers:
Thank you for your endearing comments regarding my person. I generally do not go in drag, however, I seem to enjoy it overmuch. No, I don't think I looked like Kevin this go 'round, but I did at my last 'outing' which was at a Federal Govt function of my peers (as if I'd have any) at which I gave a speach. Yes, this time it's more of a Chris Walken thing.
Sally