The butter tarts were fine, but I’d go back and load a tractor trailer with those buttery cookies the ladies would give us kids.
I haven’t seen this in an actual store lately, but I sure do miss its gritty cinnamon goodness.
Yes, it was on a record player. We sat on the floor in a circle and learned that we shouldn’t discriminate. Thanks, Mr. Infantino.
Check it out. . .
The older I get the more I mention the “good old days,” but I usually follow with these lyrics (even if they are over 30 years old!!!!).
Video brought to you by The Good Old Days—which weren’t always good—so you’re entitled to your opinion on it.
If you have 14 seconds, this is a very funny example of someone trying to pretend that one of two apples is actually an orange. . .
Today’s bonus content: Found this nice little medley in case you have a spare 2:39.
Like me, you may stutter the word “abominable” without really knowing why whenever discussing the abominable snowman (so probably not that much). This could be why:
This whole kick started when I remembered how cool it was when Mr. Rogers showed how bandages are made. . . in 1990. . . when I was in college?
I couldn’t find the actual bandage video, but this is the same idea—just about crayons.
If you’re now curious about bandages (band-aids!), here’s an explanation (but no Mr. Rogers).