Trying for a balance of girl and boy stuff! I hope something in today's post hits home for all of you lovely readers, otherwise you don't know what you missed!
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Some more of my favorite things from when I was young! Some of these are really old, like when I was just a baby, but hopefully some of you had them too and can relate! I swear I'm doing okay, I disappeared for a while because of my hectic real life. I'm ready to dive back in!
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Monday, April 11, 2011
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Well, since I did the shut down screen, it's only fair that I do the boot-up screen, too! Here it is, Windows 95 in all its glory. Trouble was my favorite board game growing up, and everyone I know had a Tamagotchi at some point or another. They were as annoying as Furbies, and some people got in trouble when they beeped in class. Wishbone was such a cute dog and a fun show, and posting the Yak-Bak reminded me of my Talkboy I used to have for recording stuff and making goofy audio clips. Here you are!
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Oh jeeze, I had totally forgotten about Yak-Baks until someone mentioned it to me the other day! These things made the goofiest noises! Spyro and Starcraft are classics of course. I never played the other one, but I hear it was pretty popular so I had to include it. Anyone who didn't read The Stinky Cheese Man missed one of the greatest books ever written.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Confession time: I loved Space Cases! Especially when Suzee turned out to be real, and joined the show. I was also awesome on the safety patrol, and had wicked fun with my Spirograph. The original Sonic was the best game on the Sega Genesis, period, and Six Golden Coins was one of my favorite Mario games ever.
Monday, April 4, 2011
Another day, another round of nostalgia! I hope everyone is having a fantastic time with this blog, because I'm having a fantastic time writing it. I won't blame you if you forgot poppers...I did too! I don't even know if they were that popular everywhere, but people could not stop messing with them in my area when I was in elementary school. The rest should be familiar to people around my age; if not, you missed out!
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Well, we've made it to double digits! I want to thank all you guys who are following along and enjoying this trip down memory lane. I hope you liked Post Eight, and had a wonderful April Fools' Day. Today, we have two of my favorite games, one of my favorite books from school, one of my favorite magazines, and something my brother really liked that I had to play with him sometimes.