If you grew up in the 1960s you are now IN your 60s – that’s just how cool we are!
Take a step back in time with these Valentines designed just for you!
This was called a Kit-Cat Clock and the eyes moved as the tail swished.
The Beatles first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964.
Barbie debuted on March 9, 1959 at the American International Toy Fair.
American Bandstand, hosted by Dick Clark, ran from 1952 to 1989.
According to the AT&T archives, 27% of its customers were still on party lines in 1965.
Gilligan’s Island ran for three seasons — the first, filmed in black and white, was later colorized.
The U.S. military used View-Master for training during World War II.
Vinyl records have made an amazing comeback, with more than 41 million sold in 2021.
Old card catalogs are often repurposed as furniture or storage units.
Wax lips were created in 1924 and are still available.
The annual Fluff Festival in Somerville, Massachusetts is held each September.
“Operation” was invented in 1964 and sold for $500 and the promise of a job (that was not honored!)
The original Easy Bake Oven, introduced in 1963, was heated by two 100-watt light bulbs.
Before the advent of packaged gelatin, animal bones were boiled to create jellied treats — yum!
Happy Valentine’s Day to all my fellow Boomers! Check out another romantic story and thanks for reading!