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Subject:Re: old school From:"Susan W Gallagher" <susanwg -at- gmail -dot- com> To:"Janice Gelb" <Janice -dot- Gelb -at- sun -dot- com> Date:Tue, 20 May 2008 14:27:36 -0700
When my daughter was in Jr High (she's now the mother of 3 great boys) she
came running into the kitchen all upset - she'd bought a can of soda and the
pull tab broke. I proceeded to pull the old "church key" out of the drawer
and started to punch holes in the top of the can. Her eyes got wide, and she
asked incredulously, "can you *do* that???"
On 5/20/08, Janice Gelb <Janice -dot- Gelb -at- sun -dot- com> wrote:
> Tammy Van Boening wrote:
> > While we were perusing the mementos, we heard one of the young boys in
> > one of the summer camp tour groups squeal quite excitedly at the top of
> > his lungs "Hey, cool, look it's a record!!! Do you think is still
> > plays?" Sigh . . .You can only imagine the looks that were exchanged
> > among the (ahem) "older" couples that were touring the fort! And one
> > wonders why I feel so old at times!
> A friend of mine took her sons to visit their grandmother,
> who had just moved to a nursing home. The boys were exploring
> the place while the ladies were conversing when one of her
> kids came back saying "You've got to see this" and pulled
> her into the other room to show her the cool new thing they
> had just discovered: a dial telephone...
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