Saturday, October 25, 2008

A Walk Down Memory Lane

I really am enjoying linking to fun blogs this week. I have met a new friend that somehow found her way to my blog a week or so ago. Her name is Deanna and she has been away from her computer for awhile recovering from a corneal transplant. Now she is better and back and I just wanted you to see what a fun blog she has. The design, the music, and even some great old radio shows at the bottom of her blog will really take you back to the good ole days. And who couldn't use a little of that in these stressful times?

If this jogs your memory in anyway, you are in for a treat!
Thanks, Deanna, and welcome back to the blogsphere!!

I can just smell the freshly cut grass on a Saturday morning
and hearing the slamming screen door or being told to shut it~
as I would run outside to play!

While I was being a kid, my mom was sewing me some pretty new dresses that never looked anything like these glamorous babes on the patterns~when I wore them. The fact that I can ever remember that is a testament to the fact that body image frustrations for girls have been around for a long, long time! But that is another post altogether. For now just pop over and visit Deanna and a more carefree day!

**Flickr Green Wellies
***Flickr by ~K~


Laura said...

I love a good walk down memory lane---and I also love thrift shops. A fun blog!

Bonnie said...

I agree, Laura, and think it was so sweet of Deanna to feature both of our blogs on hers! She also has a fun one on Christmas called December Days~did you see it?

Deanna said...

Oh, I love that picture of the mower. My grandpa had one and used to make me and my girl cousins cut his lawn (which was expansive to us). We must have been around seven or eight years old and it took all four of us to push it around the yard. Don't know if we really cut anything or not but it was so much fun,
Bonnie, please feel free to use any photos you'd like.

I'm off to hear Lucille Ball on My Favorite Husband. I just love it.

Have a great evening!
Deanna :)