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Way Back When-esday

Cheryl over at Twinfatuation hosts this one. Go on over to see who else is playing – and join in too!

My preschool – way back when – used to have field trips where all of the kids and teachers would go out to a kid’s house for a home visit. It was a neat way to see how everyone lived and to feel more comfortable with your classmates.

This was a home visit to our house! I’m not even sure I’m in this photo (unless I’m the one on Stan’s lap with my tongue out..?) It looks like we’re eating lunch. 🙂

Since my big sister (pretty sure she’s the one in pigtails ) and my big brother (pretty sure he’s the one in the red jacket) are both in this…it’s probably before I was a student at the school. Plus, based on the wallpaper and the lovely linoleum floor…this was pretty early on. So…maybe 1977? 1978?

Otter Creek House Visit

4 Responses

  1. I had similar wallpaper only mine lasted from the 70’s to the 90’s.

  2. Cool picture! Definitely looks like that time period!

  3. How I love the color “shadings” from those pictures from the ’70’s! What fun that the whole class visited others! Bet that wouldn’t ever happen today. 😦

    What a great Way Back When-esday memory. Thanks for playing along, Nancy!

  4. OMGOSH! Too funny to look back on these old photos! I love looking at them.
    I have to agree with Cheryl. I LOVE that you can totally pic out pics from the 60s and 70s due to the coloring 😉

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