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drive - in restaurants with carhops. Mom used to take us to Sydney's Drive-In in Woflin Village in Amarillo when we were kids in the fifties. Dad would take us to A Rootbeer stand for root beer floats. And this is why I go to Sonic as often as possible!

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!

Like a private juke box with music at every booth

Table Jukebox - You chose the tune and put a coin in to hear it. They were at each table in a restaurant/diner. There used to be a restaurant in simcoe that had these.

Ballerina Music/Jewelry Box - Mine was a little different (pink)

I figured since I teased you all with the ad for one of the estate sales that I went to this weekend, that I had better take pictures of wh.

In the house, on car dashboards!! They were everywhere!

bean bag ashtrays - I remember this from the arm of my gramma's chair.it formed to the arm so it wouldn't fall off lol

Vintage Toy from Fisher Price   I used to play with this at my grandmas all the time!!!!

Fisher price school days desk

I am turning mine into a cellphone dock! childhood Fisher Price School Days Desk: Just looking at the picture, I shiver because I remember how it felt to scratch my nails on the chalkboard.

Using Audio Books to enhance focus, comprehension skills and vocabulary for dyslexic spectrum students  http://homeworkclub.ie/news/using-audio-books-to-enhance-focus-comprehension-skills-and-vocabulary-for-dyslexic-spectrum-students/

Sony Walkman - remember when we had to "fast forward" and "rewind" and "flip the tape over"? The Ipod

Old school lids!! Pop it up with a butter knife!

Old school lids! Pop it up with a butter knife! Nestles Quik hot chocolate & toast for breakfast every morning.

use to play this in the doctor's office.

Remember playing this water game called Aquaplay? It was fun to try & get those rings onto the posts using puffs of water.

Grocery Store Checkout, 1970's. Notice all the different sizes of paper bags?

Old school grocery store checkout. Notice all the different sizes of paper bags! There was usually a bag boy to "bag" them up and the cashier would unload your cart as she rang up your groceries.alot of the prices memorized.

Sitting backwards in the station wagon - no car seats....no seat belts....

Sitting backwards in the station wagon - no car seats.no seat belts.

If only some genius would hurry up and invent time travel. ** sigh **

Woolworth's, and most drug stores had lunch counters, or at least soda fountains. I remember eating at both the Woolworth's and McCrory's lunch counters with my Grnadma.