Both of Them
OK back on topic.
I dream a world where man no other man
will scorn. Where LOVE will bless the earth
and peace its paths adorn...
Any idea how old this photo of Ann and Paul is?
LOL, that's close enough, thank you.
Last edited by mistymorning; 08-08-2008 at 11:29 PM.
If she was so worried for the future she should have made arrangements for her daughter while her ex-husband was loading her bank account. A child is a mother and father responsability.
Yet, Lisa ends up a 9th grade drop-out who is already experimenting with drugs as a (pre-) teen and, as she herself later confessed, with sex, too. And how about Navarone Garibaldi, Beaulieus invisible son with Marco Garibaldi? He's into drugs, as well!!!! Now what kind of record is that, for such a "good" mother?
Now don't some of you come with the excuse that poor Lisa lost her father at age 9 and is still traumatized by it. You can look up earlier posts of mine in which I relate about people I know who'd lost their parents at much earlier ages and under much more traumatizing circumstances, yet all grew up to be decent, upstanding, responsible and clean adults.
Besides: Navarone DID have his father there well into his teenage years and even now.
So, what are your thoughts on it?
Wishing you good luck for the next 10 posts or so Cherokee
In my opinion it wasn't much of a marriage at all. It was all about money from Priscilla's side and it was all about losing her to Mike Stone on Elvis' part. He just didn't like being publicly embarrassed that way, Other than, wanting to give his daughther a "normal" home life, I believe that bothered him too. If Cilla came back to him he probably would've told her to get lost.
From what I've read and watching her on TV, she has zero personality witch leads me to believe she was just arm candy for Elvis.
A lot times it doesn't matter what kind of parents kids have - they get into drugs!! I do not believe in blaming parents - at some point you have to be responsible for the things you've done to screw up. However, there are times when you can see why kids went the wrong way. In Lisa's case, she was basically parentless after her daddy died and she was a very sad and angry child.
Forever Best Friends
I agree you can't always blame the parents for children getting into drugs as peer pressure in the teen years is very strong.
But if Lisa had had a parent that was more aware of what she was up to and was around her more things might have gone differently.
"More people today should see him not simply as a performer, but as an artist with a great soul."
John Bakke, professor emeritus
University of Memphis