Found this vintage postcard last week for 50 cents. It is made of wood! I didn't realize it was a postcard until after I flipped it over:
Once I seen the back, I knew I had to have it. Apparently it is from a daddy to his little girl in New Jersey. The year is 1952 as far as I can tell. The stamp is 3 cents. Postcard stamps now are up to 32 cents. I wondered who Marty Jo Sheerin is and if she is still alive. I wondered where her daddy was when he sent the postcard to her. I imagined him picking it out and thinking she would like it. Now I am getting all emotional...and it is partly because...
....this is the last Hostess Raspberry Zinger I will ever eat.
Yep. Last one in the box. As you know, the Hostess company is no more. Bye bye Twinkees. I don't eat healthy. Little Debbie runs through my veins.
Speaking of sweets, my daughter's friend shared a couple of boxes of Cracker Jack's in these retro boxes. She knew me well enough to save them for me, LOL. They might look cool with an Americana Annie doll...someday...like I'm ever gonna get around to THAT! LOL! Oh well...Anyone know the number to Hoarder's Anonymous?