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tire swing. Another picture that reminds me of my youth. Clothes hanging in the background.
Tire swing, reminds me of my youth. And wind-dried clothes hanging in the background.
tire swing/clothes on the line. brings back childhood memories
tire swing & clothes on the line...visions of my youth.
Tire swing..just a must have for all ages
tire swing & clothes line. So southern.
Tire swing-love them!
Tire swing early in the morning with fresh tomatoes from the garden or late in the afternoon after a swim in the lake!
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childhood memories; my Grandma had a tire swing,; hanging from an apple tree...
I would like to be on this tire swing right now, thank you very much.
Who doesn't like a tire swing? Wholesome as hell
Childhood memories...the tire swing. :-)
Memories of Grandmas old tire swing
I miss our old tire swing...
tire swing and southern moss
good old tire swing
26 Playful Tire Swings That You Can Build Yourself
26 Playful Tire Swings Had one of these in our oak tree as a little girl. Loved it.
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Brings back childhood memories... unfortunately, one of those memories when a bee hive got in our tire swing..... I couldn't sit for a week!! LOL
I need a tire swing. I would swing for HOURS on the tire swing at my Grandpa Williams house. Some of my greatest childhood memories!
Tire swing. It reminds me of my childhood. I had a tree swing when lived on Beach Street.
Old tire swing (1) From: Country Girl Can Surviveeee, please visit
A Tree Swing.....this was my favorite place as a child
tireswing....i want one in my front yard <3
an old tire swing in the front yard
Country life tire swing
Tyre swing :)
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Running around catching fireflies/lightening bugs on a summer night when I was a kid was always such a good time :)
Fireflies--light in the darkness. Our farm fields sparkle with these on hot summer nights and I remember how much joy I have had since childhood catching and releasing them in mason jars. Now our kids do the same. Sigh!
firefly lights for mason jars | ... around the yard at night with my mason jar catching lightening bugs
Catch lightning bugs in a jar~~So many summer nights were spent catching these fireflies in a mayo jar with holes punched in the lid so the bugs could breath
Catching lightening bugs in a mason jar. #TheSouth used to do this on a when I was a kid. Nothing like a Georgia summer night.
My favorite things: Lighting bugs...I love summer nights.
Bucket list: Catch lightning bugs in a mason jar.
#Fireflies #lights #masonjar
The lazy days of my childhood summers may be long gone, but the memories are not. In the blink of an eye, it can seem like only yesterday. Yesterday when we got to sleep late, stay up late and wile away our days without a care in the world. Such fun memories of catching lightning bugs (or some people call them “fireflies”) in a Skippy peanut butter jar with holes poked in the lid so they could breathe. Our careless laughter echoed in the warm summer nights as we pursued lightning bugs. We frolicked and we chased, seeing who could catch the most. These tiny luminescent beings guided us through the dark summer night, a miniature beacon of light flapping their wings. Once we were satisfied with our catch the hunt was over. Now it was time to decide the winner. Who caught the most bugs? With the winner determined, we could lie back in the soft grass and enjoy their show. Watching them dance and light up our jars was sheer delight. We would imagine them talking to each other as they danced for us. “What kind of dance are they doing?” we wondered. To sustain them through the night we added grass in their jars. When it was finally time to turn in we gently placed our prized possession by our bed as our very own night light. With a few more stolen glances, their dances were our last memories before sleep overtook us and our eyes got heavy. Upon waking our first order of business was to check on our tiny dancers. Sadly, they weren’t usually lighting up anymore come morning. But that didn’t stop us from trying again another night. Oh, those lazy summer nights…. Stay tuned for more summer memories.
My granny put peanuts in her Sun Drop while on the front porch -putting peanuts in your Coca-cola and enjoying it on the front porch....
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peanuts poured into coke...it's a southern thing! - Oh MY i want a coke & peanuts! I haven't had this since I was a teenager YummY!
Peanuts in my coke...a southern tradition I still enjoy (I still get strange looks from my "Yankee" friends!)
Peanuts and Coke A Southern Tradition (wow! I totally forgot about this,lol! I now recall my Daddy showing me this when I was a small girl) have to try this. hubby just said you've never done that?! its good!
Coke and peanuts...and only coke in a glass bottle! Perfect southern snack from my childhood road trips!
Daddy would stop at Lectors store and get us each a little Coke in a glass bottle and a pack of peanuts... memories!
Peanuts and Coke A Southern Tradition... Reminds me of my Daddy
peanuts poured into a coke...it's a southern thang
Coke & peanuts -- glass bottle of coke
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pictures of childhood memories | Time To See Dreamzz.....: Blessing In Disguise
In Search Of... : In Search Of . . . Written Words: Childhood Memory
"I must see this old swing set of tears immediately"
Childhood memories. by ~MusicalFish on deviantART
It's summer time and your 8, remember...
Swing l Childhood memory l
horse tire swing
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horse tyre swing - traditional tire swing, traditional tyre swing, ... - Green with Envy.co.nz
Tire Swing Horse Swing. Beautiful Like New. Fall is Here. Swing Away. Fig House Vintage
Now this is recycling!-->Tire swing pony template available from davesgarden.com/...
Horse Swing http://thewhoot.com.au/whoot-news/diy/horse-tyre-swing
horse tyre swing - traditional tire swing,- Green with Envy.co.nz
horse tire swing - can dad make this somehow????
Tire Horse Swing
This is a great idea for your old tires . takes some time and strong hands as always have fun and re use what u can These are instructions for making a horse tire swing. This will require some artistic talent for drawing a basic horse shape and some strength to cut the tire. It will also require a strong support for the weight of the child and the swing. Thick tree limbs are best. Here is how to make a horse tire swing. Items needed for a DIY horse tire swing: Bias ply tire (scrubbed and cleaned; clear-coated to prevent black coming off on clothes is optional) Industrial shears Bolts with nuts, washers, and cover caps (minimum 1 ½ inch bolt length) 2 eye bolts with nuts and washers for support and mounting (minimum 1 inch) Wrenches (sized to bolt head and nut) Boring tool (for support holes) Poster ...
RC Cola and a Moon Pie
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RC Cola and a Moon Pie-this was my mother and father first date. My father rode to my mothers home and took her to get a moonpie and an RC.
RC Cola and a Moon Pie - Must have been a Southern thing because I never heard of moon pies when I was little.
It's a Southern Thing! My daddy use to sing about Rc cola and moon pies. Happy birthday daddy!
RC cola was developed in 1905 in Columbus, GA utilizing pure cane sugar rather than fructose corn syrup. Moon Pies are pastries made of two round graham cracker cookies filled with marshmallow cream then, dipped in chocolate, banana, or coconut. They were created in Chattanooga, TN after miners described the snacks they would buy from a baker representative. In the 1950s, the combination of Royal Crown Cola and Moonpies became popular as the "working man's lunch" in the American South.
RC Cola and a Moon Pie, it's a southern thang! Favors for wedding?
yep ! It's a Southern thing- RC cola and a Moon Pie!
rc cola & a moonpie! Yes, it is a Southern Thing.
RC Cola and Moon Pies - It's a Southern Thing!
RC Cola and a Moon Pie...southern thang
I heard this from my mother many times.....
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What Southern mothers say when a child asks why they have to do something ... I heard this a thousand times from my own mom .... lol
I heard this from my mother many times.....The queen didn't have any advantage over a Southern mama.
Southern Saying ~ I heard this from my mother many times over and I still use it with my kids...
I heard this from my mother many times..... I probably said this more than mom did, huh, Sherry
Mom said this alll the time...now I say it too!!/ Porque yo lo dije y se acabo!!
Southern Saying ~ I heard this from my mother many times.....
I miss hearing that from you mom!! I miss a lot of things!!
Ever hear your Mom say this????? Now I say it!
Country girls will get this picture. :)
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Little Kiddle dolls in plastic, perfume-bottle shaped case -- Different ones named for different flowers.....and SMELLED LIKE IT! Rose, Lilac (mine), Daffodil,...
Liddle Kiddles - dolls originally produced by Mattel in 1965. They were introduced at the 1966 New York Toy Fair. Initially about 3 inches tall, they were tiny by doll standards. The creator wanted the dolls to resemble little children in neighborhoods across America. The name Liddle Kiddles was actually taken from the words "little kid".
Liddle Kiddles Cologne Violet. **every doll was a different flower scent and they had the tiniest little hands and feet. Just precious.
Liddle Kiddles Violet. LOVED the smell of this. I wish I could remember what it smelled like, I just remember constantly sniffing. LOL
Liddle Kiddles Violet. I used to have one of these, the doll would smell like the flower
Liddle Kiddles - dolls originally produced by Mattel in 1965. They were introduced at the 1966 New York Toy Fair. Initially about 3 inches tall, they were tiny by doll standards. The creator wanted the dolls to resemble little children in neighborhoods across America. The name Liddle Kiddles was actually taken from the words "little kid". I still have this one! She is missing most of her hair (thanks to a haircut by my sister and her bottle and flowers, but she still has her sweet face.
Liddle Kiddles Violet. I used to have one of these. They smelled just like their name
Liddle Kiddles - loved collecting these dolls
Liddle Kiddles Violet.
You don't see these anymore.
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This type of wooden swing was at the playground in the late 1960s and early 70s. Sometimes when the paint would wear off you would get splinters.
Wooden swings before you graduated to "real" swings without the safety bar. Ours was green.
I grew up with these playground swings but you don't see them anymore.
Wooden swings- ohhhh my goodness I totally forgot about these!!
Wooden toddler playground swing. You don't see these anymore.
Old Swings | Childhood Memories
Vintage baby swing in the park
Baby playground swing
Preserving the fruit ~ many Southern grandmothers used to do this out on the front porch
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+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+ Peeling apples......WHAT A TRULY DELICIOUS APPLE PIE FOR DESSERT TONIGHT......THANK YOU GRANDMOTHER.......ccp
Peeling apples .....sweet times.....my grandmother could make one long curly peel. We loved it.
Sometimes my heart longs for the sweet simplicity of olden days.... A grandma on the front porch peeling apples.
Peeling apples .....sweet times.....I remember Grandmother peeling apples and me sitting next to her waiting for a bite. She took them outside and layed 'em all out on a piece of tin to let 'em dry.
Peeling Apples...grandma took off the peel in one piece!!!!
Peeling apples .....sweet times.....
Grandma, peeling apples on the front porch
Peeling Apples: Colorized vintage photo
grandmothers farm, farmlife
Flo. The original sassypants. Loved Flo & Mel's Diner, what a "Hoot "
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We need some reruns of this chick! I LOVED Flo!!!! She was bomb!
Flo from the 70s sitcom "Alice"-check out the board Memory Lane
Kiss my grits! love Flo, one of my favorite shows so long ago.
Love Flo! Alice was one of my favorite shows growing up.
I miss shows like these #MelsDiner #Flo #Mel #Alice
childhood memories...you gotta love Flo
It's the original Flo..
This spinoff from the successful sitcom, Alice, only lasted one season. Florence Jean Castleberry was originally from Cowtown, Texas but had moved to Phoenix, Arizona years ago. The much married waitress worked at Mel’s diner with fellow waitresses Alice and Vera. Flo was pretty much the most popular character on Alice, so she was given a spinoff after 4 seasons. The reason given for leaving Phoenix is that Flo was offered a job as restaurant hostess in Houston. She passes through Cowtown on the way and ends up buying a run down old tavern and staying on. The show was actually funny and had good characters, but it was not a great success. CAST Polly Holliday as Flo Geoffrey Lewis as Earl Tucker Jim B. Baker as Farley Waters Sudie Bond by Velma Castleberry Lucy Lee Flippin as Fran Castleberry Joyce Bulifant as Miriam Willoughby Leo Burmester as Randy Stumphill Stephen Keep as Les Kincaid Velma was Flo’s feisty mama, Fran was Flo’s uptight sister, who had been engaged for years with no wedding in sight. Miriam was an old friend of Flo’s who helps Flo with the paperwork. Farley Waters is the cheap man who sold her the roadhouse, Flo still owes him money on the mortgage. Randy works at the local gas station and helps Flo with repairs, he had a crush on Flo. Flo’s two other employees are Les Kincaid, he plays piano at Flo’s roadhouse, named Flo’s Yellow Rose. Earl Tucker is the bartender at the tavern, he has some problems working for a woman. Earl and Flo spend quite a lot of time fighting and flirting. The show was divided between Flo’s home life, her trailer is parked in her mother’s backyard and Flo’s Yellow Rose, where she is trying to get the business off the ground. I enjoyed the show when it originally aired, but it never really caught on. Sometimes spinning off a popular character to their own series just doesn't work and this is one example.
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vintage cookie cutters ~hv a collection from my mom..thanx mom for not throwing out..anything..LOL!
Vintage cookie cutters -- I always buy these if I find them at a thrift store or garage sale.
cookie cutters and the biscuit cutter (the one with a green handle) I still have that one.
Old cookies/biscuit cutters....made lots of cookies with Mom with cutters like these:)
cookie and biscuit cutters/ I still use many of these vintage cookie cutters. B.
cookie cutters #vintage #baking; (I'm digging the cool McCoy flowerpot)
vintage girl —Grandma's Vintage Kitchen
cookie cutters in a vintage planter
cookie & biscuit cutters
Remember hearing my mom wind this alarm clock every night.
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Remember hearing my mom wind this alarm clock every night. I love having this when the power goes out........ 9/2013
This clock glowed green at night. Grandma had these.
Bedside alarm clocks that we had to wind up to work
BIG Ben - I had a Big Ben or Baby Ben alarm clock.
...My parents had this clock...memories....
My parents had these bedside clocks.
I had one on my bedside table
Love this vintage clock.
Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day?
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Swing Set Mud: Probably the biggest problem that we ever encountered during the summer. Outside from dawn to dusk !
Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day? #rememberwhen #themetapicture
Childhood Memories ~ Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day? YES!
Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day? YES I DO REMEMBER THIS!
We were never allowed to play on the swing sets on recess when it looked like this :)
Oh I hated that!!! but now i would love to go back to that as my biggest problem
Wish that still was ny biggest problem!
Remember? This was me every recess.