I loved going to Huntington Beach as a child. Surprisingly, someone captured our visit on film in 1971. I’m the little one in the front with the ponytails. That’s my brother Billy to my left and my sister Becky to my right. Over Becky’s left shoulder is my cousin Kathy who died a few years […]
The poncho pictures from the 1970s never get old. Click here to join the latest Facebook conversation about poncho power.
I have so much fun with the sort-of-daily photo on Facebook, but I often forget to cross-post them here! Earlier this morning I posted a picture of Field Day 1979 and someone cleaned the photo up a bit. I am not a fan of editing vernacular photos but I love what Chase did with this […]
DAILY PHOTO: Filling station, Upper Peninsula of Michigan, 1977. A man smokes a cigar while a girl plays the violin and a boy holds a bucket for berry-picking. There is so much going on in this fascinating photo. What else do you see? Join the conversation on Facebook where fans pointed out things I missed! […]
DAILY PHOTO: Three-year-old Toni wears a granny square afghan poncho and matching skirt, March 1971. ✌️ I love her go-go boots! That’s the thing about ponchos. If you had one it was probably made by someone who loved you. 🧡💛 (Photo Credit: Toni L., a longtime follower of this blog.) Check out the photos and […]
DAILY PHOTO: Mother and Son, 1975. The little boy in this picture paid tribute to his mom recently when he posted this photo on Reddit. Sadly, she died from COVID19 on May 8, 2020. I contacted him (Millwood798) and requested permission to share the picture. He was so gracious and obliged. “I miss her chocolate […]
1980s Scrapbook Today’s Daily Photo is a page from my 1980s scrapbook. It features church ribbons from the 80s and field day ribbons from the 1970s. The church ribbons belonged to my mother. She let me have them when I put the scrapbook together all those many years ago. I loved to sit in church […]