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World Book Encyclopedia Britannica These were our "Internet" and my parents still have this exact set.

These used to be in every classroom. Some school supply place must have sold a gadzillion of them!  MJ

These used to be in every classroom. Some school supply place must have sold a gadzillion of them!

Vintage McCoy cobalt blue vase Leaves and by SelectiveSalvage

Vintage McCoy cobalt blue vase, "Leaves and Berries" pattern, circa

Baby Alive doll 1973 - I loved her so much as a kid

Baby Alive doll 1973 - Monique had one. It was noisy when it ate. but you could give it colored water and it would pee. and feed it "baby food" and it would poo and we would change its diaper.

Woolworths advertisement

Vintage newspaper ad for Woolworth's . look at that, you could buy a pet Parakeet for 98 cents :) This store so many great memories for me.

Cabbage patch dolls!

The ever so loved Cabbage Patch Doll. I had 3 of them up untill only years ago. My daughters wanted nothing to do with them :P

Early design work in my bedroom.

Crumb was soooooo radical.if you get a chance, rent the DVD "Crumb".it will make your dysfunctional family look like the Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving painting.

Cookie-Crisp 1977   {now THIS was always my Fav!!}

Breakfast cereal image for Cookie-Crisp: Chocolate Chip cereal called Late Cookie-Crisp Box.

8-Track tapes - had to listen to the whole tape before hearing your favorite song again!

ode to the 8 track

8 track tapes I have a bunch of 8 tracks with a working player. Fun to use with friends.

Remember when we sent our film in????

When you had to mail the film and wait for the photos/negatives to come back. Kodak photo processing envelope - Back 5 days or so later!

Green Acres is the place to be......Farm living is the life for me..... (yup I know this one too)

Green Acres has "aged" better than most of the other sitcoms from its era. I loved shows like "Gilligan's Island" and "Bewitched" when I was a kid, but I wouldn't watch them now. But "Green Acres" is still funny enough to watch even now, as an adult.