We can guarantee some psychedelic excitement for this event... So let's get hopping!! If you've hopped over from Misty, then you are in the right place!! If you've just popped in to visit my blog or are reading this via email and you'd like to join our FUN, then please start at the beginning with Lynda's blog.
For the hop today, I've decided to work on my project that Kari has incorporated this year, 52 Weeks of Me, which I should be working on each week!!! I'm sew far behind, but see, Kari, I have done something!!!<LOL>
My All About Me Book will measure 8 x 8 inches and will try to continue working on it this year to give to my daughter Jenny for Christmas this year for her and Lily to get to know more about me because our children know some things of their heritage but not the little stories that went along with them
The 70's were a time of burning the flag, burning your bra, peace rallies, love-ins, Laugh-in, the Viet Nam War, bell bottoms, tie-die, the paper dress, Twiggy, the Beatles, Motown, and a time of unrest!!!! I graduated from Bethel Park High School in 1970 but did not burn the flag, burn my bra, or protests!!! I was this quiet little nerd that kept to myself!!!!! Now, that you're rolling on the floor laughing, I have to tell you its true!!!! Quiet, not outspoken, good little girl with no few friends that wrote poetry. Also, for a bit of trivia, actually, I wrote to guys in Viet Nam on real paper, involving the post office to mail, and was a pen-pal to several -- one of which became my first husband, and my daughter, Jennifer's, father!!
Using Groovy Times along with the different sayings that were popular in the 70's and posted them on "groovy" paper. Far-out man!! Psychedelic!
70'S HOP DAY TWO (January 16):
Here's a list of the entire hop, in case you get lost along the way or want to revisit anyone (please note that the following links will take you directly to each participants post if you are joining the hop later in the week!!):