We might have been dysfunctional but we were also hip and cool.
Ann guessed correctly last week.
Thanks to those of you who guessed in the 70’s. That was either very polite or you’re too young to be guessing. Either way I appreciate it.
I thought I’d give you a glimpse of how hip and cool we were. (In case you missed it by our hair and clothes.)
This was our bedroom.
The turquoise bedspreads, the wall art, the lamp…how much hip and cool can you stand?
I think you can now purchase reproductions of the entire room at Ikea.
Toy box was a retail display cabinet that my dad brought home that served us well through three states and at least four moves.
As you can clearly see, Julie and I had our own
stereo record player. And blender? I don’t remember the blender but maybe Julie was mixing drinks and I didn’t know it. She is older than me and was much more social.
I thought the pictures were another great opportunity to test your history skills. I bring you another guessing game. This is practice for future contests with prizes. Yee haw!
Rules are the same as last week:
- Cousins and siblings are ineligible to guess.
- No prize will be awarded except your own personal satisfaction that you may receive for being correct.
1) What is the name of the doll on the upper bunk bed?
2) What record album is partially covered sitting next to our stereo?
Earn your bragging rights by leaving a comment right now and we’ll see who can answer both questions correctly. I’ll let you know who was right on Friday. Let the guessing begin!