19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgic

  1. Reblogged this on Ish Ism and commented:
    As you all know, I love reading. But I prefer books. This photo is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge from “Waiting on a Word”. Love it 🙂


    1. I thought it would look more nostalgic :). Thanks for the reblog! I will get on wordpress tonight hopefully and acknowledge properly! (At work now typing this on my iPhone).


  2. I can see how one would get nostalgic looking on a the books.

    I remember how my parents and * used to go to my cousin’s house near Niagara Falls in the summer time. I must have been twelve or thirteen. The grownups hung out upstairs while I spent hours downstairs in the basement reading their set of encyclopedias. To this day, I still owe a lot of my trivia knowledge to those evenings reading about tornadoes, the mob and WWII history.

    So, yeah, your pic of the encyclopedias is incredibly nostalgic!


  3. If I were more together I would upload a picture of the esprit socks I am wearing today. Orange stripes with green boxes filled with each esprit letter. I got them in 1987. Hard to believe I still have them – and that they still look so good. They have gone with me to some really fun places. Feeling so nostalgic.
    I also wish I had taken a pic of the floral sneakers I saw in the aeropostale last week that look exactly like a pair I had in 1983ish. I guess one runs out of original ideas after so long. Still, it took me back to some fun memories.


    1. Thanks so much! Hoping to get back on WP soon. Currently I am on summer hiatus. New puppy. Bored kids. Annoying job. Will be happy to accept formally. 🙂


      1. Take your time Jess x
        I hope you are enjoying your hiatus.. lol
        Sounds fun 😉

        Speak soon
        Shaun x


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