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Lived in these shoes in the 1980s.
Dr. Scholl's Sandals ..exercise shoes? No, they didn't really do anything to shape our legs..just gave us hammer-toes.
They were $12!
1980s Blouse ~ Lady Di-inspired ruffles. ♥ Ugh... what were we thinking… I had a white one just like this and loved it!
Had a pair - loved my Dr. Scholls...had these in the 70's.
I have not had a pair in so many years. I had a white and navy when I did have them. I do beleve they still make them.
They still make them. I have a pair.
They were comfortable!
Shannon,did you remember I had a few pair of these?
Lol...yep. i instantly thought if you Aunt Patty.
1971 Cost of Living. I almost just cried.
I remember these!
And yet I struggled to make ends meet on an income of $5,000 a year!
What time does the bus leave to go back to 1971?
I got married in 1976. We spent
about $20.00 per week on food. Gas was around 60 cent pre gallon.Those were the day.
my mom lived in an apartment in NYC, with two children and a her spouse, for $180/month. It was described as being horrifyingly expensive. Now that same apartment was turned into a coop and last sold for $400,000. YIKES.
I remember those days!
Go to "dollartimes.com" to see how much that is now!
Anyone remember this, I do!
1965 ... Dr. Smith and the Robot! Jonathan Harris in 'Lost In Space'
1970s leather campus boots | Larimer boots
Vintage 1970s McCall's 3682 Sewing Pattern by MemoryMadeMercantile, $7.00
I made that pattern
I did, too.
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I had this. I can imagine exactly what it sounds like. Must have wound that thing hundreds of times.
Wow havent seen one of these in years!!!
I had one too! Mine was "it's a small world", I loved it.
Mine played "twinkle twinkle little star"!
I accidentally left mine in the driveway, and my grandfather ran over it with his station wagon. The thing still played.
A. W. Faber Typewriter Erasers - I used these a little bit, but they were on their way out. These were for manual typewriters mainly.