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April 6, 2013

Hay Ya’awl,

After 6 months of haphazard moving, and living between motel rooms,  storage units, and towns, I finally found a place to rest but not settle, these wary (spelling correct) old bones “fer a spell”.  This house is a 120 year old Victorian that reminded me of the old farmhouse I grew up running around in Iowa, as well as an infamous Eddy’s abode somewhat,  that any of my fellow old timers should know  🙂

Fer ewe youngsters growed up on video games, ADHD tablets and cellphones, instead of  aluminum dinners on TV trays watching b&w TV, before heading outside again to play kick the can, you’ll probably have to Google to get it, if you’d like to follow along and understand….

Publicity photo of the cast of the television ...

Publicity photo of the cast of the television program The Munsters. Seated, from left: Butch Patrick (Eddie), Yvonne DeCarlo (Lilly), Fred Gwynne (Herman). Standing: Beverly Owen (Marilyn) and Al Lewis (Grandpa). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Happy Sunday morning smile to All,

from this Old Vagabond’s new,

Old Teddy Munster House!

  1. You lucky! I always wanted to live in the Munster house! And it was a special evening when my family would sit in front of the TV with our TV dinners. But I wondered why, after being seduced by the commercials on how those aluminum trayed up meals would taste so great, actually tasted not nearly as good as my Mom’s home cooking. Keep ’em coming – thanks for the memory blast! Remember the fold out metal tables?

    • Lol! Of course I remember the foldout metal tables with the fine white plastic linens from the never touch those drawers of Mom’s wedding China never used cabinet that she’d carefully unfold and scour with bleach on holidays and special occasions. I just didn’t think anyone else would appreciate it, or understand. 😉

  2. Thanks for liking my post on Burma! Love to give you a free issue of Vagabond Travel Photography Mag for ipads – in the itunes store. Sending a shout-out from Nepal in Kathmandu.

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