We had a big console with a black and white television in it. No remote, so there was always one kid sitting too close (ruining their eyes) changing the channel and adjusting the antenna. As a family, we watched early sitcoms like McHale’s Navy, and I Love Lucy. The Mutual of Omaha and Wild Kingdom Wonderful World of Color came into our home on Sunday nights with a color television. Cartoons were on early in the morning before school and Saturday morning before the chores. I was always up before everyone else and snuck down to the family room to get first choice on the cartoon lineup. Unfortunately, the only show before six am was the farm report.
My theme for the 2022 AtoZ Blog Challenge is titled Grand Prompts To Ask Your Grands. Each day in April I will present a conversation starter/journal prompt to ask your parents, grandparents, aunts, older neighbors, co-workers, yourself…you get the idea. The questions are meant to forge connections between and within generations and inspire storytelling and journaling.
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