I saw an article from Marie Claire magazine entitled What People Were Wearing the Year You Were Born (link at the bottom of this post), and decided to take some of my favorites and make my own comments. I picked 24 out of the 115 photos in the post. I love this Gibson Girl photo. … Continue reading Fashion Throughout the Years
I recently found a stack of stereo cards, a box set (without the box) of 10. These are meant for a stereoscope, which is basically the early way to view 3-D images. They are from the year 1900, and were published by the once-largest stereo card publishers in the world, Underwood & Underwood.This story is … Continue reading Mr. & Mrs. Newlywed’s New French Maid
I had another post planned for today, but that one will be pushed back, as I just discovered this gem. This very well may be the very best story I have ever read in one of my storybooks. I think I’ll always remember this Christmas story, and will share it every Christmas from now on. … Continue reading A Tale of a Tail
The Heart of the Year was a prompt from St. Nicholas Magazine, and was published in December 1927 issue. Howard Freedman was just 12 when he won this gold badge. The Heart of the YearBy Howard Freedman (Age 12)(Gold Badge. Silver Badge won August, 1926) When Winter’s host from coast to coastIs spread as an … Continue reading The Heart of the Year – Howard Freedman
I’m happy to finally have time to do this! Thank you to abubhaji for picking me as one of your 11 nominees of the Liebster Award! I truly appreciate it. There are a few rules about this award, and here they are. SIMPLE RULES 1. Thank the person/people who nominated you by providing a link … Continue reading Liebster Award!!