Did you own a brown leather satchel like this? #schooldays #nostalgia #childhood

Full of my "spell books", flying gloves and plastic pet toad - just like Mildred Hubbell - LM

All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth!! lol

All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth! lol and my front teeth needed to be pulled due to infection. That song is all I heard for two Christmas seasons.

THE GHOST AND MRS MUIR (1968-1970) Hope Lange and Edward Mulhare - A young widow, her two young children, and the maid discover that the New England seaside house they've moved into is haunted by the former owner

The Ghost & Mrs. Muir - Starring: Hope Lange, Edward Mulhare, Charles Nelson Reilly and Reta Shaw.

In the 1960's we all had these duffle bags for school.

Duffle bags - I had one for travelling on holiday and my favourite doll had a miniature version.

Kept finding these lying around in drawers and old purses in the 70s and 80s

You could buy a packet of crisps with a threepenny bit. Heavy in your pocket but really good for pencil rubbings.

Oh My! everyone had these for a while

my mother had a set of these hanging in the livingroom. always though they were pretty.

Mr. Potato Head: This famous spud was the first toy to be advertised on television. From 1952 to 1963 parents had to provide their kids with actual potatoes to use as Mr. Potato Head’s body. Hasbro began manufacturing the plastic potato body that currently comes in the box in 1964.

Not Only Did We Use Real Potatoes, We Used Whatever Mom Had on Hand; Potatoes were the cheapest of course & usually on hand!

My Childhood Memories, Red Bus, Buses

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