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Whatever disparaging cliche you've heard about the lowly dime — dime a dozen, nickel and dimed, dime's worth of difference — it's not true of this dime.

Whatever disparaging cliche you've heard about the lowly dime — dime a dozen, nickel and dimed, dime's worth of difference — it's not true of this dime.

Had this type of stroller for my kids

I remember when baby strollers looked like this.My daughter's stroller:)

The Davan by David Weekley Homes in Reserve at Washington is a 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom home that features a large open kitchen and family room layout, a fireplace in the family room and a private covered porch.

70's was . . . Baton twirling lessons

Throwback Thursday - Baton

Just seeing a photo of a baton makes me nostalgic for twirling. That's what we called it in the south when I was growing up: twirling.

~flashback tuesday~

Tickle Deodorant Ad I couldn't wait to grow up so I could use Tickle!

Fashion Plates...I had this when I was 10. It was fun to come up with different clothing combinations and colors.

Fashion Plates - LOVED this! I spent HOURS playing with this! Actually, I'd probably still play with this!

Glass figurines...there was a booth at our Mall where you could watch a man make these and then purchase them. I had a shelf full!

Lucite Animal figurines - I had a TON! Got them every time we went to Harry T's

Baton. Still have mine... and can still twirl it too! Just watch those elbows!

I loved my baton! I remember twirling in a Christmas Parade. Before there were flag girls in the school band there were majorettes.

So sad that cursiv letters are no longer being taught in schools.  I believe that many beautiful love letters were written back in the day when people actually "wrote".

Cursive writing ~Old School.Loved learning to write cursive. My second grade teacher taught this. I still take pride in my writing.

50s Baby Romper Sunsuit Playsuit

50s Baby Romper Sunsuit Playsuit by Baby Togs - toddler

Haha!! I used to wear these all the time in the 90's. The button in the crouch made it difficult when you wanted to "make out with a guy" A.N

The torture of wearing bodysuits with those horrible snaps on the crotch. // 55 Things only Teenage Girls Can Understand. This brings back so many memories it hurts.

Kitchen & Dining

Vintage Macrame Large Hanging Planter Home Decor via Etsy. My Mum made hundreds of macrame hangers. I remember bundles of died jute hanging over the garden fence to dry.


Vintage Tupperware keychain- Mine was blue. Mom had me carry a dime in it for an emergency phone call.

Still have a few!

Wheat-back pennies. Uncle James gave us 2 pennies for every wheat penny we gave him