Actually it’s Tuna Time! And if you act now (and send in $1.50 with 2 can labels), you can get, not 1, but 4 beautiful salad forks from Holland! Source: Chatelaine, July 1963
Reposted from Coldwell Banker Bain’s Fences & Flowers blog. By Roger Morris (AKA Mr. Roger) It’s spring. Did anyone tell you that yet? Besides the fact that Seattle had snow showers in MARCH, my daffodils are starting to make their statement in my yard, the birds are singing, the days are longer, and I’ve been …
Note to self: Idea for housewarming gifts. Carole Landis with Farmhouse Hat, 1943
Happy spring, friends! Watch out for butterflies!
Perfect for Seattlites stuck in the cloud-covered Pacific Northwest all winter. We could use one of these in the office…
Not quite the same as the REAL Mister Rogers, but this Mr. Roger got his “15 minutes of fame” on the Brashenomics Show on 1150AM KKNW. I was invited to speak about mid-century homes in Seattle – their pros (style, open space) and cons (oil tanks, chipped tiles). You can watch my radio interview below.
The real Mister Rogers would have turned 85 today. PBS made this beautiful tribute to Fred Rogers, honoring his work that spanned over four decades. Take a few minutes to enjoy, even if you didn’t watch Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood as a kid (or adult).
I’m glad we can’t see the color of the food being presented in this black and white photo from the 1961 Complete Holiday Cookbook…apparently it’s green rice and another unidentifiable concoction in the chafing dish. What I’m most frightened of is the little elf that’s posing as a leprechaun! Anyway…however you celebrate, Happy St. Paddy’s Day!
Wish I knew what they were thinking while opening these wedding gifts!
It’s that time of year again here in the U.S. where most states honor the annual tradition of “springing forward”. Unless you live in Arizona or Hawaii, or U.S. territories of Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands, you’ll be switching back to standard time at 2 a.m. this Sunday. Seems early, doesn’t it? In 2007, …