im thinking the above two items are my favorites out of the list
keeping school supplies in cigar boxes
coffee shops with tableside jukeboxes
i wouldn't even begin to know how to dial that. from what i saw in an earlier post i'm guessing that was a party line number?
telephone numbers with a word prefix (Murray Hill 7-7000)
- telephone numbers with a word prefix (Murray Hill 7-7000)
I am so sorry to read that. My daughter told me this weekend that one of her college friends just lost a child at 6. Not fair. My son in law lost his brother (10 years older) when he was 10. Life sucks, a lot. But, we have to keep going.If I could get one favorite thing back it would be the brother I lost in 1952 when I was 5 and he was 3. Too many years without him.
My memories aren't as good as yours because I've documented a couple on Instagram? You're a righteous twit.I think the memories of us oldies are much better than the memories of the newer generations. I say that because life had more meaning before social media and all that. I don't do FB, Instagram, Twitter, etc. None of it. I still write letters. Times have changed so much so fast; it is scary and disheartening.
Admit it, you miss the excitement of finding a dirty magazine in the bushes behind the school. Kids now-a-days will never have that experience, plus all the pop-ups and inappropriate website ads will make sure little jimmy is completely desensitized to it all by the time he is 5 anyways.I miss having to discover things on my own. When I was a younger you learned things passed through someone you physically knew or you got a hold of :gasp: a book.
Now I can find everything on any subject on the internet which isn't bad but even Victoria isn't secret anymore.