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Vintage Chenille- no such thing as too many chenilles

Chenille Bedspreads - does anyone else remember being on your grandma's bed and picking one tiny bit of fuzzy stuff at a time out of these soft blankets? My poor grandma!

HOLLLY HOBBY I had a Holly Hobby lunch box in 2nd grade.

This brought back lots of memories, I loved my Holly Hobby doll! {k} Absolutely loved Holly Hobbie as a child!

Marlin Perkins ~ Wild Kingdom

Every Sunday night - Good 'ole Marlin Perkins' Wild Kingdom. This was my Mom's favorite TV show.

Retro Futurism - The Jetsons book

Retro Futurism

The Jetsons::Meet George Jetson. Jane, his wife. His boy, Elroy.and of course - faithful dog, Astro.

neon yarn and driftwood God’s Eye

An Ojo de Dios or God's Eye is made with sticks yarn, first made by natives of Mexico South America.


Anyone else remember this thing? Mine had a cheesy gray plastic carrying sleeve with a strap that this slipped into.

Loved wearing mine and current boyfriends with yarn wrapped around it so it would fit!

Josten's senior class rings Mine was stolen when my house was robbed.

Haven't seen these in ages...

I sooo remember this hanging on the clothes line, holding the clothes pins. This bag hung on the line your were on and could be slid along with you. It held much more than the clothes pin aprons did.

Psst! Hands, Minnie! For the love of God, HANDS! Ponchos were huge in the early seventies..

Mine was an old purple and white blanket my mother was throwing out. What I saw as cool at sixteen is not the same at sixty-two, but I still want a cool poncho. -- When we all wore poncho's

Transistor radio

Transistor radio - I had one (listened with ear piece in bed at night).

Tube socks..   Think I'm going to have to bring them back starting this year

Tube socks - the laundry never seemed to come out with matches every time . what did my sons do with those other socks? We should have had mom get-togethers that were BYOS - bring your own socks and maybe we could have matched some of them up!

Silly putty

Back In The Day Before Everything Was Ruined

Remember doing this as a kid? Sunday comics were best! Silly Puddy just doesn't work the same today.