remarkable piñata and the fabulous decor and fashions. Straight out of 1974.
I love those birthday paper goods with the cowboys on them. And that yellow rotary phone!
And the drapes! And the little desk with cookbook storage.
I think that 95% of homes had that dinette set in the 70's.
High Fructose Corn Syrup never killed us.
See the Mister's tiny little feet dangling from his high chair?
That kid does not like the paparazzi.
My in-laws got rid of this kitchen not long before I saw their home for the first time. Now they have a beautiful state-of-the-art kitchen with the dishwasher and fridge hidden behind cabinetry. I'm sure the kitchen shown above was completely dogged out with four kids and countless numbers of pets throughout the years but I sure do wish that I could go back in time and see it. And steal that refrigerator for my own use. And rescue Mr. Piñata as I'm sure that he was whacked to smithereens by corn syrup fueled youngsters before it was done!
Did any of you have piñatas at your parties as kids? I never did. I'm not sure that the people in my small South Carolina town knew what piñatas were! I'm making up for lost time as an adult though. I try to fit them into what ever occasions I can. And every time that we got to the local market, I beg the Mister to add one to our cart as they dangle and sway provocatively over our heads.
Until next time,
x's and o's,