Flash back to 1942 — and let’s take a look at how the family of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Landis of Neffsville, Pennsylvania celebrated Thanksgiving. These wonderful photographs, taken by Marjory Collins, are part of the Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information’s collection, which captures an extensive pictorial record of American life between 1935 […]
Lifelogger Melanie Mowinski’s Visual Diary — 19 years of daily records, each day the size of a postage stamp
ENTRIES NOW CLOSED. Update: Congratulations to Lynne, winner of this year’s Georgia Peachez wreath. It turns out, we’ve featured Lynne and her knotty-pine + pink bathroom in this story! Thanks, everyone, for playing — we’ll do it again next year! P.S. My friend Danielle and I made our own wreaths last night — they turned […]
Saturday morning update: Drats the technology, after a flood of 500 comments today, this post is acting funky — so this post is now “redirected” to the one above. Even though you cannot see them, ALL THE COMMENTS here COUNT! .
But then, we do the Time Warp every day here, don’t we? Happy Halloween, dear readers, from Pam, Kate, Astro, and Leo.
It isn’t quite Halloween yet, but a healthy supply of vintage Christmas decor can already be found on ebay. Our latest discovery: these vintage Main Street pole-mount Christmas decorations from sellers John and Mark (chefbryant0000) (*affiliate link). These tinsel-covered trees and candles were likely saved from certain dumpster doom after being replaced by a small […]