And in the end we were all just humans, drunk on the idea that love, and only love, could heal our brokeness.
Milton Bradley Memory Game. My sister had a set when we were kids - we played it a lot - I love the graphics so much!
We didn't realize we were making memories, we just knew we were having fun.
"And in the end, we were all just humans... drunk on the idea that love, only love, could heal our brokenness." -F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Tawdry JD plot fiction and scholarly studies on Juvenile Delinquency were a huge subject in the late 40s to mid 60s. Then I guess we just took for granted that all kids were juvies.
Elephant and Piggie Mad Libs. We did this after reading Let's Go for a Drive! by Mo Willems. We were just focusing on nouns and verbs. The kids loved doing this and loved sharing their silly stories.
Remember when we were kids Framed Graphic Art $27.39
We love breaking each others' hearts... // A roast potato we were going to have for dinner fell off the baking tray, and left a splatter of reddish oil on the kitchen floor next to it.. and I just said to my brother, "It's just like Sherlock" >_< Why do we do this?
@Heather Westerfield - could've used this on the way to Maine when we were kids!
Dear Jamie, we can blame it on a lot of things. Or we can just admit we were shit people.