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Had a pair of every color!

Wellington Boots High Heels

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Avon Chocolate Chip Cookie Lip Gloss- loved this thing when I was a kid!

Loved these, they were so much easier to use!

Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera! My first camera was a Brownie. My second was a Kodak 110 camera.

All the cool kids had these...occasionally me...and they were DELICIOUS

I'm not a fan of flavored water, but I LOVED Clearly Canadian in high school.

Old School hair ribbons  I WANT THESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yarn Ponytail Ties I wore these in my pigtails all the time until I got the brilliant idea to get my hair cut into a shag. My hair wasn't long again for yrs!

I had these in multiple colors

braided ribbon barrettes - wow, flashback to my childhood. Had a ton of these.

Custom vintage reproduction lighted Christmas tree like I always loved at my grandmother's house.  She has all teal lights. $35.00, TeresasCeramics on Etsy. Maybe my Christmas present to myself.

Does anyone remember their mom or grandma proudly displaying one of these beauties for Christmas? Was my favorite Christmas decoration! We had 3 of them that my mom did in her ceramics class!

OMG...JELLY SHOES WERE MY ABSOLUTE FAV THING TO HAVE EVER....I WAS OBSESSED WITH THEM BACK THEN & STILL AM NOW!!! <3

What Jelly Shoes looked like back in the day. I wanted jelly shoes soooooo badly but the closest thing I got were Angie's old ones!

Jelly Shoes..loved my clear jellies, could wear them with anything in the summer

Yup, I admit, I had a pair of lavender Jellie Shoes. I think I even had the Jellie bracelets to match.

Remember When?

Oh, I always wanted pom-poms on my roller skates! Just heard a song at Ace Hardware yesterday I used to roller skate to: Knock Three Times. Remember that song? That was 40 years ago! I loved rollerskating on Friday nights at Jimmies Rollerdrome!

Stir-up pants...had one in every color!

I freaking LOVED my stirrup pants! With long sweaters and ankle boots, that was my wardrobe statement in the >>> Stirrup Pants

Now that you have that coveted Swatch watch, it's time to protect it with a Swatch watch guard that came in a variety of colors.

Swatch Watch with the face guard! I had a different face guard for just about every outfit.

my girlfriends could never have enough friendship beads in grade school...this was serious stuff, people!

When I was in the fifth grade in Montgomery, Alabama, friendship pins were all the rage. I remember sitting for hours putting little beads on safety pins and then attaching them onto my shoelaces and such.

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