Sears Wish Book.  Sit and look at it for HOURS and circle everything you wanted for Christmas.

We couldn't wait to get the Sears Christmas Book every year. My brother & I would sit for hours circling the things we wanted. I remember circling in the wish book too.

70s - Baton when they were metal not plastic.

- Baton when they were metal. Mom enrolled Viki and I in baton twirling lessons!

..."and that's the truth!"

Remember how smart Edith Ann was?"and that's the truth! ~ I loved Edith Ann when I was young. She was so funny. I have a cousin who could imitate her perfectly.

*gasp* This activity center!

Fisher Price Activity Center Retro Toy - I remember that in my crib!

Do you remember when these were on every rooftop growing up?

Roof mounted TV antenna, popular in the Yelling up when you could finally see the TV picture. Got a newer model on our roof. Cable TV and satellite is expensive.

shoe shop - getting your feet measured...

shoe shop for school - getting your feet measured. kinneys shoes remember that

Remember when this little mug was enough soda? Your parents got the big mug!

Remember when this little mug was enough soda? Your parents got the big mug! I always kept mine in the freezer for an ice cold root beer anytime

Gillette Earth Born Shampoo Bottle Vintage 1970's 8 oz Apricot Essence

Gillette Earth Born Shampoo Bottle Vintage 8 oz Apricot Essence I actually had to stop using i, so that the guy behind me in class would stop sniffing my hair.

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~ Keep Crying and I'll Give You Something To Cry About / omg I heard this a million times growing up

Remember keeping school supplies in a cigar box? Also the perfect storage for all your best treasures!

Cigar Boxes were great storage containers. Remember keeping school supplies in a cigar box? I kept my treasures in a secret cigar box all bound with rubber bands so no one could get in it.

Rubber stamp tree - every office desk had one to hold all the stamps you used on paperwork.  And of course to stamp "Copy" when necessary.  Not that you could ever miss a copy since it was on carbon paper or in purple mimeography.

Does anyone remember the Rubber Stamp Tree that every office had. Back in those days there was a rubber stamp for every document. Government offices had twice as much rubber stamps. Oh those were the days.

Spent many hours laying in one of these...ours were yellow

Spent many hours laying in one of these.ours were orange and we tanned with baby oil

Clothes always came out a bit crisp, but smelling fresh!

Mother and Daughter Doing Laundry Hanging Wash

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