If you're a 20 or 30-something, you won't get what I'm about to detail for you. Being born in the early 60's was a unique time. We had a youthful president in office, much like today; we had serious political issues happening behind the scenes as well as in front of our eyes just as it is happening today. Yet, we were so innocent. I'm sure another writer will ponder similar thoughts 20 years from now and his or her musings will seem just as dated and melancholy as mine.
You "went outside to play" after school?
You would swing in a tire swing?
You walked to school ? (not uphill or in snow, but you get the idea)
You felt priviledged to ride a bicycle to school?
You gave their friends a ride home on their handlebars?
You were taught to "duck and cover"?
You were taught to say "Sir and Maam" at all costs?
You would receive a spanking?
You prayed and recited the Pledge of Allegiance each day in school?
You watched the astronauts land on the moon?
You laid on the ground and watched the clouds change shapes?
You had to get a TB shot?
You thought that by the year 2000, the world would be at an end, either that or would be like The Jetsons.
Cartoons were of superior quality and not hastily slapped together as they are today?
Bugs as Leopold Stokowski (cartoons were just smarter back then).
More Musings Later-