Annie's Micro-Museum, Nostalgic Stories

Why the comb in my Dad’s pocket reminds me to save money (Part 3)

I remember being handed a little, black plastic comb at just about every school picture day in elementary school. I started kindergarten in 1987. Each kid got their very own comb to use before their picture was taken. Sometimes there'd be a little mirror to look in just before it was your turn. If you… Continue reading Why the comb in my Dad’s pocket reminds me to save money (Part 3)

Annie's Micro-Museum, Nostalgic Stories

Three Bad Hair Day Stories: Say it… Feathered on the side? (Part 2)

"Say it...Say it...Angel." The mono toned robotic voice of my Speak & Spell learning toy repeated. "Angel," I said in the backseat of my Aunt Kay's and Uncle Len's mini van as we rolled down the highway heading south. It was August, 1992. I was ten. Our two families were driving all the way to Alabama… Continue reading Three Bad Hair Day Stories: Say it… Feathered on the side? (Part 2)