'Nuclear family': 1950s Britain is dearly remembered by many who grew up in that era
1950's Royal Typewriter - really want a pale blue one in my future house as well as a computer- great for writing with the added bonus of no headaches from bright screens. Win win situation!
'The terrace that time forgot: Domestic life in 1950s Britain captured in the perfectly preserved home of Liverpool's most celebrated photographer' www.dailymail.co.uk
Vivian Maier-One of my faves from this brilliant photographer
I LOVE Brownies! 2nd-er, then a 6-er for sure! My Mom was Snowy Owl! Arm full of badges ~ Flew up to Girl Guides, not as much fun!
Buying vegetables on a rainy East End day 1952
Interior Design Trends 2015 - the expected and unexpected - revealed in the blog today.
Ludo was originally an Indian game. It was introduced into Britain c. 1880. Reading was also popular in the 19th century.
Andy Pandy, Teddy and Loobie lou, first aired on British TV in 1950. My brother was frightened of Loobie Lou for some reason and would hide behind the sofa when she came on the tv. I still tease him about it haha!
What a happy and holy fashion it is that those who love one another should rest on the same pillow. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne