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I know it's things like this making me feel old. That and black and white tvs. It was when I was explaining about my gameboy and how that was in black and white lol.
I agree. I have boxes in storage full of 45s and LPs, who knows what to do with them...?? Sell them? Think of where we'll be in another 15-20 years... one thing I find a bit frustrating is moving images from one backup media to another...
Oh, sorry, I meant to say as well - Thank you for sharing on 'Weekly Top Shot!'
so true! love your header pic, too!
Looking at the size of them, they are slightly bigger than a CD, imagine that!My sisters had tons of these and I don't know where they all went.
I think the same thing about me.How did I get this old (almost 62) this quickly?Don't know where all mine went,but they have been gone for decades.Love the new blog header.
I guess the same can be said for 8-tracks, cassettes, and even now, CDs. Sometimes, it all changes too quickly. Thank you for sharing at Your Sunday Best this week. xoxo
Love the new header photo...I do remember 45's.... but for me...I was more interested in the pictures of the boys on the album covers...I still have the record player...yikes
Things have changed so quickly...
we were waiting in line at the sub shop and my kids were looking at this old juke box...and said, "what are those things?'!!!
The new header is beautiful! I try to keep my grandkids well informed of all the things I grew up with, and my kids actually enjoyed listening to all my 45s and albums when they were growing up.
WOW. These are A-mazing! I would die to have one of those! Can you believe my sweet grandma sold my gramps old records for $1 a pop! I seriously cried.)
I have all my LPs but not my 45s. Hmmm, wonder what happened to those!
I had a record player that could convert from playing albums to 45s. And could stack six records at a time. Didn't have much in the way of either until I went to college. I have no idea what happened to the player or the records.
When we recently moved I got rid of all my LP's and 45's. I had nothing to play them on and if I did, I probably wouldn't. I have that very same cacti as you have in your header photo. One of the very few cactus that is friendly to the touch.
I have my LPs at least and a player. Do I use it? Not really. Last time was probably about 5 years ago. Terrible sound! ha! Thanks for the photo! (And I love your banner too!)
I used to love my records I had loads but if I showed my little 2 kids one now I bet they wouldn't know what they are for :)
Wish I still had mine! I love anything/everything vintage. :)
i used to buy my favorite singles on 45's....they even sold them at 7/11!
A great shot...yes, what a memory.......had a ton of them...I too wonder where they are??? I just had a quick look at your blog...you do wonderful work...what beauty!!
Great shot!Oh yes, I remember them.Mette
and fun to collect... I used to play my mom's generous collection of them on our super big Kenwood stereo with a hardwood case. Hahaha... Really nostalgic!
I've been helping my elderly mother clean out her garage, found a box of them, I am sure they were ones I played on my portable red record player.
Yep, remember them well!! :)Beautiful cactus in your header, love the lighting!
Oh yes, we still have some of those...amazing how things keep changing! Super new header picture!
I remember that very much, I think I may still have some back home in the Philippines where I stashed away in a closet.
The times sure have changed, haven't they?
Oh, indeed! I bet some the younger kids would feel the same about CDs - what with iPods and mp3s and so on...
Oh yes! But my kids don't...
;) fun. I still listen to vinyl. Esp. when it rains. Or when the mood for classic is strong.
Oh, yes, I do remember those. I have all my vinyls but nothing to play them on. I don't have too many though as CDs came out when I was 20.
My cousin and I were just discussing those last night. Wondering where our grandmothers collection went, and singing all the songs we remembered.