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Canned Snow for Windows @ Christmas

had a nasty smell. but you got a white christmas. I remember liking the odor because it smelled like Christmas time!

Summer vacations spent listening to the local country station on the old clock radio as I fell asleep - such fond memories <3

G&E alarm clock radio with flip numbers. I can still hear that click noise it made when the numbers flip.

Pin curls - I'm glad I can't remember the number of times I had to try to sleep in them when I was a little girl!

Comb damp hair Part into small sections. Wind each curl around your finger smoothly. Pin each curl in place with a bobby pin. In the morning remove pins and gently finger comb your hair.

Mr.. Rodgers!

Mr Rogers, part of my childhood! It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, a beautiful day for a neighbor. Won't you be mine?

Nothing like a cardboard fireplace at Christmas.

Nothing like a cardboard fireplace at Christmas.

Ceramic Christmas tree lighted with small plastic bulbs - 8 inch size | TeresasCeramics - Earth Friendly on ArtFire

Ceramic Christmas tree lighted with small plastic bulbs - 8 inch size

Does anyone remember their mom or grandma proudly displaying one of these beauties for Christmas? Was my favorite Christmas decoration! We had 3 of them that my mom did in her ceramics class!

Hahaha, so true!

Nothing made you happier than seeing this when walking into a classroom as a kid. And now as a teacher nothing makes me happier than seeing this in my classroom still!

A weekly (um, thus the name) highlight of elementary school was exploring the Weekly Reader. We also ordered books through Weekly Reader and Scholastic and anxiously awaited their delivery. I remember once mistakenly ordering Misty of Chincoteague (I was not into horses at all) and feeling crestfallen when it arrived, but I read it of course (I mean, it was a book after all), and thereby fell in love with all the Marguerite Henry books.

Weekly Reader - current events all through grade school. My favorite thing about elementary school!

Had one like this as a kid!

ice cube trays in the tiny freezer at the top of the refrigerator. I remember the time I was trying to defrost it and ran a screw driver through it!

The bells and whistles on THIS colorful toy required coordination, muscle strength, and specific fine motor skills!  Not like the ez electronic buttons and touch screens we see today.

My earliest memory involved this childhood toy

Vintage - Fisher Price Activity center This little device allowed me to get extra "winks" when my son was small and still in his crib. Nothing beats a "busy box"!

I remember these chairs....I am gonna get a red one, one day....

My grandmas kitchen stool I use to sit on at the dinner table.my Aunt had one of these stools in her Kitchen! Loved it!