Friday Favorites

I’ve just realized that I haven’t been repeating any of the older “Friday Favorites” posts, so I chose one for today. :-)

But, before I mention the link, I’d like to take this chance to thank you all so much for sticking with me through these summer weeks.

I know you have other things going on and I really appreciate that you make time to visit here.

Have an absolutely lovely weekend, Kids!

Please click here for today’s Friday Favorites. đŸ˜€




Friday Favorites — 7 Comments

  1. I remember doing the S & H Stamps…Many times, my mom would let
    me keep the money! Also, my Aunt had the revolving aluminum tree.
    Amazing…Thanks, Cindi

  2. I still have some of the old green stamps books, my mom gave them to me. We used to paste them in the books together when I was little. We never had a silver tree with a color wheel, but our best friends did, I always thought it was cool. I never made a chain with gum wrappers, I do remember collecting wacky packages. Our whole neighborhood collected those.

    I’m wishing everyone a Lucky Friday the 13th and Happy National Kool-aid day. My favorite flavor is cherry. Have a wonderful weekend, everyone.

  3. O Man!! I am so stuck in the picture on this post.

    See me!! I’m waaaaaay out there in the water on my stomach floating on a raft, with one hand dragging in the water, slathered up with Panama Jack dark tanning oil. Totally in my element..sun and water.

    O, heaven.

  4. My Mother collected S & H Green Stamps for many years. I actually found a couple of books at my house in a box of old junk! Too funny.

  5. ooooh, what fun we could have sitting in those chairs drinking a little umbrella-type drink and having happy conversation!!! hope you’re having a great weekend!! xox, :)

  6. OMG!!! My parent’s first Christmas tree was little Charlie Brown silver tinsel one. I loved it and have it stored away for safe keeping. No color wheel though. Gosh…I love anything to do with Christmas!!! You made my heart sing just then!!!


  7. I really enjoyed seeing the gumwrapper chains! I used to make tons of those – funny because I really HATE gum. I wonder what I did with all that gum… I can’t really remember that part.

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