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Flashback Friday: The Parade

Flashback Friday: The Parade

Earlier this week (Monday), I mentioned that it was *A*’s birthday.  She was a Thanksgiving-ish baby.  She turned 10 and 30 on Thanksgiving Day – when she turned 10, she actually forgot it was her birthday.  I wasn’t around then, but I was around for #30, and I wanted to make sure she didn’t forget … Continue reading

Flashback Friday: Wheels

Flashback Friday: Wheels

I got my first pair of wheels when I was maybe four.  Fisher-Price skates.  The adjustable kind that you put on over your shoes.  Yep, that’s how I rolled as a 4-year-old.  Well, technically, I clomped a lot more than I rolled, as the wheels were plastic and meant more for clomping, I suspect, than … Continue reading

Flashback Friday: Garfield’s Halloween

Flashback Friday: Garfield’s Halloween

I have never been a fan of scary movies.  “Scary” movies that are silly and predictable are one thing – they aren’t a big deal and are more like watching The Three Stooges, if the Stooges were “evil.”  I still don’t watch them, though.  Just not my thing, apparently never has been. Garfield, of comic … Continue reading

Flashback Friday: Blackbeard’s Ghost

Flashback Friday: Blackbeard’s Ghost

Blackbeard’s Ghost.  Back in the 1980s, when the Disney Channel still showed commercial-free movies on Saturday nights, this was a favorite in the Livingston household.  Well, at least between my Dad and me. Likewise, *A* and I have a stack of DVDs that we cart out of our cabinet every fall – and this one’s … Continue reading

Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday

This may look like a beat up old dresser to you.  It may look like something you’d find on Craigslist for $20, or at Goodwill.  Nope.  What you’re looking at is probably one of the most sentimental pieces of furniture in our house.  My dad’s parents bought him and his brother this dresser when they … Continue reading

Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday

Though he has many (many, many) interests, my dad has always been interested in trains.  He’s never really avidly collected model trains, nor has he ever (to my knowledge) conducted a train personally, but I can recall on quite a few occasions his mentioning with longing certain train trips he has taken out West. The … Continue reading