My Crushes as a Little Girl:

My Crushes as a Little Girl:

By Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee/@GeeGranny on Twitter



Gloria Faye Brown



When I was a little girl, I had a crush on the most unusual people.  I’ve never heard of anyone else having a crush on these people as a child.

I loved Higgins, the butler … Burl Ives, and Tom Jones, and the guy who played The Fugitive.  I wonder what that meant?

I think looking back to when I was a child … it meant I loved kindness.  They projected kindness like George, my step-grandfather (the only grandfather I ever knew) … the kindest man I ever knew until …

Skip.  Skip is the kindest man I know … George, Skip, and another person who is our friend.  I’ve never known any kinder men in my entire life.

Kindness goes farther than good looks, charming personalities.  This is strictly my Gloria Opinion … God knows I have a lot of them.  Thankfully, I am open-minded … so, I’m constantly changing with the times.

Yes, kindness means everything.  I’m sure a lot of people like wickedly handsome/beautiful looks before kindness.  I don’t, I never have.  This is not to say I’ve never admired good looks!  🙂



Note by this Author:  To win my Heart is to see, hear, feel kindness.

Photo/story owned by Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee.

2 thoughts on “My Crushes as a Little Girl:

  1. I had some weird crushes too – Andy Williams, Dean Martin, and Clint Eastwood. When I got older I was more attracted to younger men, but as a young girl, I had huge crushes on those three older men. The Fugitive, by the way, was David Janssen.

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