First we towel dried our hair and either leaned over the register vents on the floor to dry our hair or rolled our wet hair on rollers and slept on curlers overnight. Next we used the portable bonnet hair dryer before the handheld blow dryers came out.
In the through the early Thrifty's Drug and Discount Stores would announce the end of summer buy selling Mexican jumping beans.
The Footsie was one great toy! Rarely has a toy reemerged over and over again as a hit “new toy” as the Lemon Twist (or Jingle Jump, Footsie, Skip-A-Roo, or Skip It) has done. First introduced in the late as the Footsie toy,
I remember this game but I can't remember what it was called.
Lots of Memories
Comb damp hair Part into small sections. Wind each curl around your finger smoothly. Pin each curl in place with a bobby pin. In the morning remove pins and gently finger comb your hair.
This was my exact doll house! I never imagined I would ever see it again!
used to play these on a bright blue record player!
Vintage Christmas Satin Ball Styrofoam Ornaments LOT of 44 for .
This was an "indoor recess" game in grade school. Santa brought everybody a cootie game.
EmPinner said"Plastic rain hat in a tiny case. I remember my grandma having these in her purse." I remember the same
Add-a-Bead necklaces. I remember collecting the beads paycheck by paycheck in high school. The equivalent of Pandora beads, eh?
La Pantera rosa - The Pink Panther
Playing Cat's Cradle with my sisters
Throwback Thursday - Baton
Just seeing a photo of a baton makes me nostalgic for twirling. That's what we called it in the south when I was growing up: twirling.
The Partridge Family: I Think I Love You: Was a favorite song of mine, and went to the Seattle Coliseum in the third grade to see David Cassidy in concert. Still have an old photo my mom took. Went with my mom and big sis, our aunt and two cousins.