Trip(ping) Down Memory Lane

So while celebrating our Birthday Bash (2 years old, yay!) at the Spraground, my dear friend Jessica Sprague the Digital Scrapbooking Queen (giggle) * challenged us to recall our digital scrapbooking journey, and knowing how I sometimes get so excited with trips that I travel way past the end of the road, guess where this reminiscing journey took me?

All the way back to the days (and songs) of my childhood!



My favorite, favorite, F-A-V-O-R-I-T-E song of all time!

Break out the fruit shakes and spread the beach blankies!

This one somehow seems to be forever tied to an image of my eldest brother in his pageboy haircut. ๐Ÿ˜†

And this one is linked to an image of my sister in her straight long hair.

This song… oh man, what memories.

Can’t help singing along with this one, to this day!

What would the seventies be without Rupert Holmes?

Two of my favorite things in life: laughter and rain.

Don’t think I’ll ever stop loving this song:

Oh yeah. But Warren Beatty, I thought you had every right to be vain. ๐Ÿ˜€

Don’t you just love reminiscing?

Have a great night, sweeties!

Back to the saltmines! Catch you later! ๐Ÿ˜‰

*( giggling at a little joke between Jes and me)

5 thoughts on “Trip(ping) Down Memory Lane

  1. Fantastic! Certainly a trip down memory lane – loved all your selections though apart from Pina Colada I’d never heard of Rupert Holmes! You even have one by the Aussie group Little River Band! I live just next door to Little River where its said the band was travelling down the highway trying to work on a good name for themselves when they saw the sign for this little town – the rest is history. Just as an aside Little River is also the site of the Mad Max movies – amazing for such a tiny little place.


  2. Totally my DH’s era. He’s of the ilk that belts out songs with little regard to where we may be. Malls, churches, oh you name it. Amanda and Abigail will no doubt have panic attacks over such antics as they get older. It’ll be a fun thing to see!


  3. Awesome song choices but Liv you must have been only 5 when those songs where popular! That’s more my era – graduated from high school in 1977. Thanks for sharing the music it sure brings back memories.



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