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Saturday, September 19, 2020

With all the stresses, ups and downs these past couple weeks with this fire situation, I came across this picture and it made me smile... Can you remember doing fun, little kid stuff, that just made you giggle??? Please share some of those fun memories....
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    Taking either my dolls or my sister for a ride in the in cart my grandfather made to attach to my little John Deere tractor. I was lucky to have both girl and boy toys.
    27 days ago
    Thank you to everyone for sharing such wonderful memories!
    28 days ago
    so cute
    29 days ago
    I had lots of fond memories as a child, but the only thing that comes to mind for big giggles was when my friend and I would call an unknown phone number and if a man answered, we'd ask him if his refrigerator was working. You know the rest of the story if the answer was yes... "Better go catch it!"
    I know. That's awful. But we thought it was funny until our parents caught us.
    29 days ago
    Mom & I would make funny faces in the mirror at each other just for the laughs! emoticon
    29 days ago
    We sledded down grassy hills on cardboard, too, just like JEANKNEE did as a child. That was so much fun!

    That photo of the little girl reminds me of the photo we see sometimes on Spark of the kitty cat looking in a puddle but seeing a tiger.

    29 days ago
    In the summertime, when snowballs were not available, we had the best time playing in a newly plowed field have dirt clod fights. We would be a muddy mess by the end and had to wash off in the yard with the garden hose before we were allowed back in the house.
    29 days ago
    30 days ago
    In the winter the four of us used to go sledding at night. I think we only had two sleds, so we had to take turns. We lived in the country and the road from the highway had a nice hill that got pretty icy. We used to see how far we could go with the sleds.

    No tv, no phone, just an old radio and a couple of decks of cards. And books...

    We were in Northwest Montana near the Canadian border and we could listen to KSL in Salt Lake City when the radio waves were right. Also sometimes a station in Oklahoma City. Remember Sky King?


    30 days ago
    Playing w/makeup! Oh my Mom and I would have such fun doing that together!

    30 days ago
    My mother had this spectacularly pretty pair of red, patent leather shoes that she actually let us put on our own feet and pretend we were grown up. I can remember us girls parading up and down the hall taking our turn in those shoes.

    Another thing we loved doing was taking cardboard boxes to the field. There was a great, smooth, grassy hill that we'd climb. We were small. The boxes were big; so, we'd often be able to get a couple of us in each box. Then, we'd race down the hill in our box 'cars'. One time a neighbor let us use a refrigerator box. I think all of us climbed into that one and raced down the hill. More like a box car on a train in that instance!

    Simple times. Lots of fun. Easily entertained.
    30 days ago
    I was never ever a girly girl, I played with my brother playing with tractor, little plastic animals, and such.
    30 days ago
    We used to play a game we called “haha”... everyone would lie on the floor with their head on the next persons stomach and we would take turns laughing and the other person would have to NOT laugh, and we would see how far around the circle we could go before everyone was laughing.
    30 days ago
    How adorable! When I was around 5 years old I used to go in my mother's bedroom and put her Bright RED lipstick on! emoticon (Those were the days of glamorous movie stars!)..... And covered myself in her perfume! ...Could not wait to be a grownup so I could wear makeup! Lol
    30 days ago
    Building forts using old sheets and the clothes line.
    30 days ago
    30 days ago
    So very true
    30 days ago
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