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  1. MamaMaureen commented on For Better or For Worse over 3 years ago

    My mom would freeze water in baby food jars & put one in my lunch to keep it cool. This was in the 1960s. She would pack bacon,lettuce & tomato in separate wax paper bags then include toast for me to assemble at lunch. Ah, the days of stay-at-home moms. She had the time and imagination to make a brown bag lunch interesting. And like Linus van Pelt, I got “commercials” in the bag. Talk about feeling loved & special.

  2. MamaMaureen commented on The Born Loser almost 4 years ago

    He must be related to Brisco Darling.

  3. MamaMaureen commented on Non Sequitur almost 4 years ago


    “Waiting will be filled.”

  4. MamaMaureen commented on Bound and Gagged almost 4 years ago

    You tell them, Ron! It’s magic, pure and simple.

  5. MamaMaureen commented on B.C. almost 4 years ago

    To my Mom (WWII USA Nurse), my late Dad (WWII USAF Pilot, USAF Res Ret. ), and my husband (Korea Era USAF Tech Sgt.) thank you for your service and your dedication to our country….from your VietNam era daughter & wife with love.

  6. MamaMaureen commented on Frazz about 4 years ago

    It’s never too late to have a happy childhood.

  7. MamaMaureen commented on Arlo and Janis about 4 years ago

    To Gene and Mary Lou – May you live as long as you wish and love as long as you live. (Lazarus Long, aka Woodrow Wilson Smith aka “The Senior”; Robert A Heinlein – RIP),

  8. MamaMaureen commented on Herman about 4 years ago

    My dad used to say my brother and I ordered from the right hand side of the menu…the side with the prices!

  9. MamaMaureen commented on For Better or For Worse about 4 years ago

    My mom had my younger brother and me doing “chores” suitable to our ages from about 3 yrs old. We didn’t know they were “chores” as she disguised them as fun and helping mommy. They kept us out of trouble and helped us learn new skills. We emptied wastebaskets, folded laundry, shelled peas, tore up lettuce for salads, etc. Of course, this was the 1950s, she was a stay-at-home mom, and discipline wasn’t a dirty word. We were taught manners, responsibility, and that we weren’t the center of the universe…our dad was!

  10. MamaMaureen commented on The Born Loser about 4 years ago

    Amen, Gladys!