Portrait of Amanda
Amanda was originally from Summerville South Carolina, USA. Her husband was stationed at Edwards Air Force Base and she had moved to Antelope Valley straight out of high school.
Amanda made baby clothes and cloth diapers and sold them through GrayScaleThreads. She started this company because she very interested in Star Wars and Harry Potter and there were no options for baby clothes for those items.
I had a very dynamic argument as to who was a bigger Star Wars fan. I explained to her that I stood online first day first show for Return of the Jedi when I was pregnant in 1983. Amanda, on the other hand, rebutted with the fact that when she was eight and a half months pregnant, she went to see The Force Awaken with her husband the day it came out.
Amanda added that she did not go to the bathroom one time she and sat through the entire thing, “It was awesome totally worth it,” she said.
So was Return of the Jedi, but I did go to the bathroom. She won.
Image Credits: Bat-Ami Gordin ©2017 all rights reserved. Credit if you use it, please.
Posted on August 15, 2017, in photography, Portraits and tagged edwards air force base, GrayScale Threads, Harry Potter, Harry Potter baby clothes, Return of the Jedi, star wars, Star Wars baby clothes, star wars seven, star wars VII, the force awaken. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.