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I watched "The Price is Right" every time I stayed home sick from school.
Alfred E Neuman from Mad Magazine
4th OF JULY: Black Firework Snakes. We were easily entertained!
CHRISTMAS: Santa made out of melted plastic
yeah sometimes you can still find these at yard sales and auctions!
I'm sure I can still find this in my parent's attic! We also had a witch and Rudolph.
HALLOWEEN: Decorations made from melted plastic
EASTER: Every year my parents would give us a sugar egg with a scene inside it.
us too. a friend of ours made them
We had those too and they are hard to find today.
I know, Tracy. I haven't ever seen them.
CHRISTMAS: Large bulbs. When one went out, they all did.
4th of JULY: Decorating my bike for the parades
CHRISTMAS: Advent Calendars filled with chocolate
Making Paper Snowflakes
CHRISTMAS: Angel Tree Topper
Chewing ASPERGUM to get rid of a sore throat.
Future determined by MASH
Teddy Bear Stickers by Hallmark (1981)
Horses as Swings
Playground with Merry-Go-Round
I loved having pen pals!
Growing up I always thought quicksand was going to be a much bigger problem than it turned out to be.
Writing letters using Hallmark Cards Postalettes Bunny & Mushroom
Remember when.... Cartoons were your Saturday morning alarm clock?
I remember when we used regular keys at motels.
I grew up in Utah and we didn't have a Toys 'R Us store so we would always be excited to go to California because we knew we'd go here!
We had Kiddie City and Childrens Palace in Cleveland but Toy R Us took them over by the late '90s.
I haven't heard of either of those places. I don't remember us having an official toy store. Maybe my parents just didn't take me to one! :)
Vibrating beds at cheap motels