November 22, 2020
Famous author Kaz Cooke recently took to social media with a 1969 throwback photo that featured her father and mother dressed up for a fancy outing.
Kaz Cooke took her fans down memory lane recently when she posted a decades-old photo of her mom and dad. The image featured the pair dressed up and ready to head out.
Kaz's mother wore a sleeveless yellow dress with patterns all over it and carried a bag with a matching color hue. Her hair was blonde and styled in a short bob; however, Kaz implied in her captions that it was a wig.
The shot was from the year 1969, and the author's father was dressed exactly like a gentleman with his tailored grey suit, blue tie, and groomed features. The picture was taken outdoors, but not much of their surroundings could be seen because trees dominated the background. Kaz captioned the post:
"Mum & Dad, just off somewhere in their fanciest, 1969. I can remember the wiglets on a pale blue polystyrene wig stand, and false eyelashes in the drawer, in the bathroom."'
In the comments section, Kaz's fans gushed over the post. When one pointed out that the author looks "like her dad but with her mom's fashion sense," she replied, saying she was sure her mom made the dress she wore in the picture.
She seeks out the truth for women who have greater forces working against them in a world that hardly cares about women.
The 57-year-old Kaz is a renowned author whose books have been helping different generations of females, both old and young, with their health and life stages.
The Australian author's book, "Up the Duff" is now referred to as a go-to for expecting mothers because of the step by step guidance it offers the female community.
The talented writer began her journey as a cadet journalist at a newspaper outfit then branched out into other niches. She went on to produce a cartoon strip titled "Hermione the Modern Girl," and wrote columns and books.
Her books are written with care and are most often focused on women because she wants women from all walks of life to lead good lives and not make bad decisions due to a lack of information.
She seeks out the truth for women who have greater forces working against them in a world that hardly cares about women. For this reason, the award-winning author has been dubbed a "truth seeker" – a well-deserved title.