…that would put yesterday’s realistic toy guns to shame!
That slogan, my friend, advertised a toy.
I kid you not.
This month, we’re talking pay television and subscription-based cable. Today’s topic isn’t of a defunct service or network, but rather, a defunct practice by that network.
Yes, you remember Tuesdays. That’s just the uncreative way I was able to name this!
If you’ve been visiting Allison’s Written Words lately, you’ve probably noticed a new weekly series of articles of the nostalgic sort, but around different (and sometimes obscure) aspects of our very nostalgic past.
It’s Music Monday, and I’m sorry to inform you of this…
Your mama don’t dance, and your daddy don’t rock ‘n roll.
Time to disown them. They ain’t cool.
Introducing…a miniseries! Five parts, five adventures down The Oregon Trail, five attempts to make it to Willamette Valley!
April is World Autism Month (April 2nd is Autism Awareness – er, excuse me, Appreciation – Day (don’t listen to Autism Speaks), and I had recalled reading a book in the Baby-Sitters Club series, when Kristy baby-sat a young girl living with Autism.