Category Archives: Nostalgia

Gift Week, Day Four – Gifts We Remember

What is the best Christmas gift you ever received? Which is the most nostalgic? Which ones do you remember from your childhood? This is one of the first gifts that I remember receiving – a marionette of Princess Summer-Fall-Winter-Spring, from … Continue reading

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Gift Week, Day Two – Stockings and Stocking Stuffers

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Gift Week, Day One – Homemade

A repeat post, updated – hope you don’t mind. If you’re like me, you may not even remember it from previous years.So many times over the years I’ve wanted to give gifts to people I associate with regularly, but who … Continue reading

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Song of the day – country

I’m watching the Country Music series on PBS, and this song is sung in the very first episode, about the beginnings of country music in the United States. I posted this last February, but I enjoyed hearing it again, and … Continue reading

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1950’s Food – from family supper to party time

A repeat from last year, with one addition: Do you remember ice cream socials? We always had a strawberry and ice cream social at church, featuring ice cream (of course), fresh strawberries, and lots of homemade desserts. The 1950’s was … Continue reading

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Celebration of Summer in Verse

I haven’t blogged about poetry for a couple of months, so I thought it would be nice to revisit this post from 2017, about summer. I really love summer, especially the earliest part, and I know that I’m not alone. … Continue reading

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Video of the day …

Dedicated to the memory of Lido (Lee) Anthony Iacocca, who died on July 2, 2019, age 94. A Detroit car man. There aren’t many left.  

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