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I was a bit older than the girl in the picture, but I still vividly remember watching the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show. Mom actually made us stay up to watch - she knew it would be life altering.

"A very young Beatles fan watches The Beatles on Ed Sullivan" -- wow, I was 5 when I watched this in 1964 -- I still remember it.My Dad always said he created a Beatles monster, but I think the music did that to me.

Old Maid card game...I remember that face! This is exactly the Old Maid deck I had as a kid...no kidding!

Old Maid card game.I remember that face! This is exactly the Old Maid deck I had as a kid.no kidding! I was afraid of the Old Maid card!

Schaeffer Cartridge Pen

Cartridge ink pen-used all the way through college and beyond. Had an ink stain on my right middle finger. I still prefer to write with real ink and a good pen nib!

Antigua maquina de coser, con pedal

Though electric sewing machines were all the go in the I learned to sew on my mother's old Singer machine. This was the singer treadle sewing machine - sewed on my mother's electric machine with knee operation

And then if I did, I'm not sure I'd still think that.

"I can't explain what I mean. And even if I could, I'm not sure I'd feel like it." - Holden Caulfield (posted on INFP Problems)

Tricycle, old car, white picket fence. Classic.

This could be me, blond hair & all, in front of our first house. Tricycle, carved out bucket seat in back of Dad's first car, white picket fence.

Remember when this was the biggest problem you encountered all day? But we figured it out. Walked to the side pulled the swing away from the puddle and jumped on it. Getting off with dry feet was the next problem. But we didn't care.

The Card Catalog-everybody knew how to alphabetize in the old days!

prehistoric googling ~ a time when everybody new the Dewey Decimal system.or use a Librarian to find a book!