Happy Sunday all! I hope that everyone's weekend was fantastic! I was a conference this week about multiculturalism, which is the reason of my lack of posting.
This week I got information directly from two graduate school while I was in Harrisburg on Tuesday and when I was at Millersville University this past weekend. And let me tell you, that is FREAKING ME OUT! I can't believe that after this semester, I will be half way through my college education. And then grad school/the real world is going to happen. That gives me such a queasy feeling.
Okay, moving on to a topic that doesn't making me feel like throwing up. Lately, I acquired two books from the 1960s! Aren't they both really awesome? I can't wait to incorporate them into my room decorations this summer.
This book is called "Meet John F. Kennedy" and was published in 1965. I absolutely adore the Kennedy's and this little kids book is just so very adorable.
I got this book recently at an indoor yard sale and was so very excited about it! I was even more excited when the lady said the price was only 25 cents!
If you would like your own copy, there are a couple on Etsy.
Next is a McCall's Pattern Fashions magazine from Spring of 1969. My lovely cousin, who is also an avid thrifter, gave it to me! Some of the outfits/ads are a little bit silly, but a lot of them are oh-so-cute!
|Because who wouldn't want a shirt to match their curtains and bed spread?|
This black and white dress is my absolute favorite!
I might tear apart the magazine and frame some of them, but I'm not sure yet. If you have any ideas, let me know!
Have a great Sunday night everyone and I hope that you are spending it a lot better than I am, which means that you won't be studying! :)