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I absolutely loved <3 & I soooo miss the good old days... every morning we all stood and said our morning prayers and recited the Pledge of Allegiance it just always started our day out  on the right track ...it was a time when things were done the right way !

Daily Pledge of Allegiance in school. I remember when the words, "Under God," were added to the Pledge when I was in elementary school in the

Nostalgia - believe it or not, this is not from MTV - Baby Boomers will know this photo (creative commons NASA)

Nostalgia - believe it or not, this is not from MTV - Baby Boomers will know this photo (creative commons NASA) My first job was at NASA in the

Loved Marlo....Still Do!!!

That GIrl- Marlo Thomas as Ann Marie, an aspiring actress in New York city. Her outfits were divine.

matthewnewton: A tutorial on the rotary phone. [via Retronaut]

Retronaut - How to use a dial telephone. Does anyone remember dial phones? They used to have some dial pay phones! These were going out when I was only about seven.

Iades!

Remember saving and drying the wishbone at Thanksgiving and then making a wish before breaking it? The one who got the larger piece would get their wish. Well, actually, the Wishbone Fairy always gave both of us our wishes.

lepages glue - used this all through elementary school

In the days before Elmer's Paste. And Elmer's School Glue. And Glue Sticks.

Trying to wind it up slow and quite to not wake my brother Cliff, impossible!

Graco Swyngomatic Vintage Antique Baby Swing - I remember my daughter being asleep in the swing and I'd wind it up. the LOUD noise of the crank would wake her every time.

I loved it when Mom let me stick papers together with this glue!!

Remember this glue in elementary school? So messy.I preferred the Elmer's White Paste with the little brush in the top of the lid

Pledge of Allegiance

The Pledge of Allegiance: I Pledge Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. I remember reciting this every morning in school.

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