Tag Archives: nostalgia

Snoopy Saturday!

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Snoopy Saturday!

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And we did, for the last time

Goodbye to The Compound.

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Button Sunday

There’s something about reading in summer that’s fun in a unique way. Maybe it’s a holdover from childhood’s summer reading challenges or the memory of visits from the bookmobile that I looked forward to way more than the ice cream … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday

I love seeing people’s TBT photos on Facebook and Instagram. Since April 10 is also Sibling Day, this seemed like a fun one to share again. Debby, me, and David with Papa, our paternal grandfather.

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Throwback Thursday

There was a time in our twenties when Lynne, her sister Liz, and I were always ready to join a close group of friends and family in costuming ourselves for parties and home movies. One of those friends especially close … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Bright Eyes

When Mother was a little girl in Tupelo, Mississippi, the local theater, converted from its original use as an opera house, was named The Strand. I don’t know how old she was when she started going to movies there with … Continue reading

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November 22, 1963

Markers at graves of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia.

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Button Sunday

Missing an old card playing buddy today.

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The Next Generation

Bittersweet. Sweet. All the name suggestions and guesses are cracking me up. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for my favorite.

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