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Priceless: I heard a lot of these when I was a kid and repeated a lot of them to my own kids . . .

Today I want to count the things my mother taught me

Wood sign available from Sawdust City.

Pincurls with bobbie pins....Mama use to roll my hair like this when I was a little girl.

Pincurls with bobbie pins....Mama use to roll my hair like this when I was a little girl.

Baby seat  have a picture of our daughter just like this!!

Baby Carrier 1970

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This is the way we dry our hair, dry our hair, dry our hair . . .

This is the way we dry our hair, dry our hair, dry our hair . . .

Vintage mashers - yep, we had one of these.

The Newlywed Game-TV game show

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A grade school essential in school supplies . . .

Cover

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Vintage bathroom tile and heater -- These were in my childhood homes, for sure.

Blue vintage bathrooms

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Phone booth, with a door for privacy and quiet....can you hear me now?

Phone Booths

This was one creation that I hated to see leave. I love these phone booths but them also had downfalls to some degree. I loved the fact that you could walk into the booth and shut the door for complete privacy plus keeping bad weather out. But this is where, the wear and tear comes into play. Some doors jammed or broke. But the worse part about them is, some homeless people would sleep in them and even urinate in them. There were a few models here, the English style model was very rare to…

Scene of the Crime with Author Joanna Campbell Slan! ~ Kittling: Books

Scene of the Crime with Author Joanna Campbell Slan!

This week's featured author stopped by in July to read one of my Scene of the Crime interviews. Emails ensued, and now I'm happy to say that I've read and enjoyed one of Joanna Campbell Slan's mysteries (you'll read the review of it next week), and it's a pleasure to have her here to answer a few of my questions. This Agatha Award nominee for best first novel writes the Scrap-N-Craft series featuring Kiki Lowenstein, a newly widowed mother of a young daughter, who works in a scrapbooking…

1960s Ideal Thumbelina Doll - Not sure, but I think she was mine. Then again, I pretty much claimed anything in the house as mine.

1960s Ideal Toy Corporation 14-inch Thumbelina Doll - All Original - Works

Price $199.99 1960s Ideal Toy Corporation 14 Thumbelina Doll. This is my personal doll, and she has received nothing but tender loving care from the d

High School

Scary High School Textbooks From the 1960s

A smattering of the academic fare that was discovered in my attic. (The former owner of the home being a parochial school administrator.) Th...

Vintage glass baby bottles

Vintage Set Evenflo glass measure pitcher w/ 2 baby bottles 8 & 4 oz

Vintage glass baby bottles

Tiny Tears was a doll manufactured by the American Character Doll Company. She was introduced in 1950 and remained in production through 1968.[1] Her distinguishing feature was her ability to shed tears from two tiny holes on either side of her nose when her stomach was pressed after being filled with water from her baby bottle. In 1959 Tiny Tears acquired "rock-a-bye" eyes that slowly closed when she was laid horizontally and gently rocked.    Tiny Tears was sold in a pink and white checked…

Tiny Tears as Featured Doll for Doll Collection Connection

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