A bit nostalgic this morning. These are a few of my memories. I have a million more. How about you?
Captain Kangaroo and Friends
Rocky, Bullwinkle, Boris and Natasha
Archie and Jughead
I just absolutely adore this photo, and I'm sure it will evoke a lot of
very happy memories for lots of folk who were young back in the
days when there wasn't all that many toys around and our imagination
come to the fore.
That little girl could easily have been me,
back in the times when, I didn't know why,
but I seemed to have to spend a lot of time
with my Nanna where there were adults around
but I was the only young person and so
I can really relate to this gorgeous photo.
I loved this game too - I could play it by myself
and it could be quite a challenge towards the end -
if'n I didn't cheat that is!
I was really into mud pies too!
Yessss - they were awesome Kooner
and it sounds like your creative streak
started very young -
for grass bird's nests is both constructive and kind.
luvy, I never knew of this game, but after your explanation,
I can see why there would be hours of enjoyment and involvement.
And isn't it interesting that even now, on our home phones
and mobiles, those series of alphabetical numbers have
remained in the same numerical order all the way through
the years, except for WXY and Z being placed under the `9' pad,
instead of it forming a dial zone by itself......