Salzmank no coins and not nearly as entertaining as the official UncleSaveACoin.
But then, who could be ?
Oh, Lordy, coincidentally he was at his best last weekend: as I said, we were all up in a family-friend’s cabin in Vermont, and someone else in my family inexplicably loves Hallmark movies (the ones Snu despises), and my uncle was sitting there, staring at the TV, making hilarious comments the whole time–until about halfway through, when he stood up and said, “I just can’t take this anymore,” and went to bed. It was great.
“…and all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by…”
I think it's just the shape of her face and her coloring … nothing concrete Salzmank
I'm closer to Salzmank's neighborhood than yours: I can't say she's ever reminded me of Taylor. On the other hand, now that you mention it, I guess I can perceive why she might have done so for you; maybe Taylor's plainer-looking kid sister (or perhaps daughter, I should say, given the time line).
It's happened to me that I'll see a resemblance between one person and another that others don't.
There is a certain similarity in the shapes of their faces, added to by their dreamy, winsome expressions evident in these images. I'll say this about the Raiders girl: neither the makeup, the schoolmarmish hair style nor the lens Spielberg's DP used do her any favors.
It's indeed interesting! Dalembert is a very scarce surname. I only found one person with that Surname on findagrave, looking for a town with that family. And that was a Karine Dalembert, 1963-2018, cremated with no town listed in the entry.