When we redid the bathroom in Southboro, the contractor unearthed a newspaper from 1972 which we found pretty entertaining. This time, they’ve discovered a newspaper under the floor, from August of 1935. It’s in pretty bad shape, of course, but we were able to read the classifieds and a few ads, like this one from the A&P.
soon, my watery friend. I hope to return to you very very soon.
saw the eye doctor today. she dilated my pupils. a lot.
and here’s what she saw. pretty cool.
these are one of those candies that was great when you were little and sucks now, like wax lips and candy necklaces. not because your tastes have changed; you just didn’t know any better.
or at least wires to connect switches to that will turn on lights….eventually. but hey, it’s progress!
raise your hand if you recognize these. need a hint? “take 128, exit 26, Main Street to Moody Street.”
thanks to this weekend’s rain and today’s sun, the azalea in front of the house has exploded.
small cotton museum collections gloves at the end of the spin cycle
had a wonderful time having dinner with friends at Fire and Ice, followed by dessert at Finale. I foolishly admitted to the waiter that it was my birthday, expecting all kinds of embarrassing singing. instead, I got this little addition to my pie, which is much classier. and tastier.
We had dinner with Betsy and Loay. And Loay’s dog, who is awesome.