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I think my Mom owned just about every Tupperware piece there was made in the 70s in all their colors. She even got toys from Tupperware (the shape sorter ball was my favorite). She used to host Tupperware parties in our home, too (who didn't!). I love Tupperware, but it is too expensive to buy now. I look for good pieces at yard sales and in thrift stores :)

Oh the cherished memories my ♥ holds. Music for young lovers with Terry Lee...the TL show. I listen to the old romantic songs and close my eyes and can feel like I am home and in someones arms dancing. The songs had meaning, a lot of slow songs, a lot of romance.

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A few months ago, I mentioned that I wanted to make some keepsake art in order to commemorate our first home together. It's no secret that I adored our first house, so some keepsake art seemed in o...

Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - originally aired on CBS from September 25, 1964, to May 2, 1969. The series was a spin-off of The Andy Griffith Show, and the pilot episode was aired as the season finale of the fourth season of its parent series on May 18, 1964. The show ran for five seasons and a total of 150 episodes.

*The stems were wire, so the plastic flowers moved--I received one, a treasured gift from a student and had it on my desk for many years.

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38 Ways To Tell If You Had The Best Childhood EVER. So, did you? ~ Especially 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 30, and 32.

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Primary School needlework. Sewing classes for girls - these pieces of material were used to teach basic and some fancy embroidery stitching. We proudly took them home and presented them to our parents and grand-parents who would display them on sideboards and dressing tables.