address book

address book - Grandma had one of these in her kitchen beside the phone and I remember playing with it.

Tang....Aquí se vendia en un envase tipo sobre

what the astronauts drink! Mom used to let me drink this in the morning because I hated orange juice.

Hello filmstrips!

do you remember these film strip projectors? the fan was loud and the film strip took a few minutes to roll back up! :-) I must have been such an obnoxious student because I always got to turn the knob.

Water Rings

Remember playing this water game called Aquaplay? It was fun to try & get those rings onto the posts using puffs of water.

Nosotros lo llamabamos "el castillo"

Playing on the Monkey Bars By Wayne Miller.I loved to play on the Monkey Bars at Buckman Grade School in Portland Oregon. The Monkey Bars didn't have any padding under them and were removed and replaced with a safe jungle gym system in the

Keeping crayons (or buttons or marbles) in cigar boxes

My Dad smoked these so I always had an ample supply of empty cigar boxes. We put our crayons in them.

Hotel keys ... a thing of the past.

Hotel keys- remember these? You could just put them in the mailbox and mail them back if you forgot to return one. (Hopefully they wouldn't be picked up by a serial killer in the mean time!

churned ice cream... yum!

old school ice cream maker Would love to taste Uncle Fred's homemade peach ice cream one more time.

Remember these?

Create Digital Music has a nice piece on the Walkman's Birthday. Pretty surprising actually, I don't think I became aware of the Walkman until or so. Peter Kirn makes a good point: "Sony o.

Catching lightning bugs!

loved catching lightening bugs & putting them in a mayo jar and get into a dark closet.

Vintage Metal Note Holder...Before Post Its

Vintage Metal Note Holder

Totally going in our kitchen.-) Wacky Wafers candy Lil Miss Makeup Vintage Metal Note Holder.Before Post Its Vintage hair dryer.

Black & White TV -- notice the dials and NO REMOTE!

I got to put it in my room to play nintendo on when i was a teenager! Black & White television -- notice those dials and NO REMOTE!