We had these frickin things everywhere! These and the macrame flower pot holders.Keie
I'm so sorry...
yes, thank goodness.
Thank you! Reading over here and at retrospace has brought back so ooo many memories.Mom used to collect those sandbased Ziggy statues too, LMAO. I so destroyed them pulling the the little felt thing off the bottom and pouring out the sand.....Keie
Never understood the feverish national obsession with covering the entire earth's surface with knots of yarn. It was ubiquitous then "poof" it was gone.BTWYou've been tagged
The owl was a very popular animal in the 70s also.
My mom and grandmom had a ton of those too (even I had a couple) but glad that phase is over also. My daughter is going to say the same thing about my wind chime collection one of these days.
So Keie, have you thought about getting a blog started?? Teri was hesitant at first to start a blog, now we can't get her to shut up..... and we've tried. We've really, really tried.....Gilligan: Great. I'll do it today.Jim: So were butterflies and mushrooms, although I know mushrooms aren't animals.. but they were popular..Ann: I like windchimes.
Actually I've been thinking about it alot more lately. I'm just not sure where to start....Keie
Well when you do, send me the link.
hahahahaa, Joe, very funny!
You know I love ya, Teri. The blogosphere would be an emptier place without you. (c:
My mother in Law has an elephant one! Scary!
Yes, I remeber making the plant hangers in gifted summer school!
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