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changing the channel

changing channels--oh, so true!we only had 3 channels. plus had to get up to change channels. plus only black and white tv

Do You Remember This?   This was the coolest thing!   Instant balloon from stuff ya squeeze out of a tube, then blow, using the little straw.  Classic.

Oh childhood, where have you gone?

plastic balloons, like Super-Elastic Bubble Plastic. Had lots of fun with this

what the pros use   @Alex Begin  i can fix my bangs this way!

fringe trim scotch tape ad This must be the ad my mom saw when she cut my bangs. The tape slipped and my bangs were NOT even and way short.

High school assembly, 1968.

1968 school assembly -- Look at all those skirts. No jeans. Clean and combed hair. This was our everyday look. This is how Baby boomers dressed for school.

passing notes in class; pass notes torn out from textbook

Passing notes in class - the original texting. I remember passing notes before texting existed!

mickey mouse club - Google Search

The original Mickey Mouse Club - Annette Funicello was everything I wanted to be.

funny how show were entertaining back then even without all the sexual innuendos....

My Three Sons, Fred MacMurray! Definitely part of my past. I loved this show and ended up having 3 sons of my own years later.

Copas con dulces para tus invitados cuando lleguen, ¿Qué opinas? #DulcesNavidad

We had these every Christmas at great grandma and grandpa Lehr's house. I ha e the candy jar now :) Hard Christmas candies

Fred Rodgers, will you be my neighbor?

Mr Rogers, part of my childhood! It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day for a neighbor. Won't you be mine?

Hugh Brannum (left), "Mr. Green Jeans" on the Captain Kangaroo show, was a vocalist, arranger, composer and actor. During his days with Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, he used his childhood nickname, "Lumpy." The Captain, on the right, was played by Bob Keeshan, the original Clarabell the Clown on the Howdy Doody Show. Captain Kangaroo aired for nearly 30 years on CBS, from 1955 to 1984.

Captain Kangaroo (right) and Mr. Talk about part of growing up - we absolutely had to watch Captain Kangaroo! And Mr. Greenjeans, and Bunny Rabbit, and Grandfather Clock!