1. We didn’t have a TV in the house most of the years I was growing up. But, I spent the summer of 1969 in South Dakota with family friends. I remember the warm summer evening when we went to see the Music Man in an open-air theater. Partway through the performance, they stopped the show so we could all watch a tiny TV showing the first walk on the moon. I agree, exciting and awe-inspiring.

  2. Hey, Merry Christmas to ya! I have pictures just like those! This year has been a low-key, homemade affair. Kids are old enough to make their own gifts, which is good, because we’re still walkin’ on the broke side. Still, I avoided all the rush and ramble of the stores, streets and markets, which means it’s been quiet and excellent.

    I hope you’re having a great holiday! Much love to ya!

    • Karoli,

      With so many hanging in there on the monetary short side perhaps many have gotten a chance to stray away from the commercialized hustle and bustle and enjoyed the peace and love and perhaps contemplated on what the spirit of the season meanings mean to them.

      I spent the day with my folks and then Saturday we went to KRP’s brothers. Nice and quite family time.

      Peace, Love, and Joy, to you and yours!


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