1950s-60s bubble pipes - I spent many hours playing with bubble pipes. My mother made the bubble solution out of water and ivory soap. It worked great.

1950s-60s bubble pipes - I spent many hours playing with bubble pipes. My mother made the bubble solution out of water and ivory soap. It worked great.

Birthday parties with paper hats, paper cups with candy, pin-the-tail on the donkey, some cheap prizes and no theme...and we loved it!

Birthday parties with paper hats, paper cups with candy, pin-the-tail on the donkey, some cheap prizes and no theme...and we loved it!

I remember these... <3 ..nut cups !  (We used to line these with cupcake liners, fill with candy and nuts and some wild violets and put on the door step of older neighbors on May 1, ring their doorbell and then hide. It was great to see the joy on their face when finding those little May baskets)

I remember these... <3 ..nut cups ! (We used to line these with cupcake liners, fill with candy and nuts and some wild violets and put on the door step of older neighbors on May 1, ring their doorbell and then hide. It was great to see the joy on their face when finding those little May baskets)

When we live in a time with more modern conveniences than ever, why are families today facing burnout in far greater umber? What did parents of generations past know, that we have forgotten? Today, we're learning from the wisdom of families that have come before us!

Grandma Got It Right {what modern moms can learn from the silent generation}

When we live in a time with more modern conveniences than ever, why are families today facing burnout in far greater umber? What did parents of generations past know, that we have forgotten? Today, we're learning from the wisdom of families that have come before us!

Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Hatfield-McCoy feud: The Wheeling Intelligencer, Wheeling, West Virginia, November 28, 1889  "Devil Anse" "Tells the True History" "Of the Famous Hatfield-McCoy Feud to an Intelligencer Representative" "And Puts His Mark to the Statement When Read to Him" "A Very Thrilling Recital" "The Famous Head of the Hatfield Family Not So Black as Painted" "By Sensational Reporters - How Marshal White Got His Consent to go to Charleston..."

Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Hatfield-McCoy feud: The Wheeling Intelligencer, Wheeling, West Virginia, November 28, 1889 "Devil Anse" "Tells the True History" "Of the Famous Hatfield-McCoy Feud to an Intelligencer Representative" "And Puts His Mark to the Statement When Read to Him" "A Very Thrilling Recital" "The Famous Head of the Hatfield Family Not So Black as Painted" "By Sensational Reporters - How Marshal White Got His Consent to go to Charleston..."

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