to a new epawsode of Angel Sammys and Teddys Pawetaton in pigtures….look what they found for this week…

…ooooh da super bowl?

do you remember that time long ago,

as bowling was fun or  going to  a show?

As we wore white socks and we often had a perm

and as being at home 10pm was a super strict term.

We miss that time, even when there were rules

like being at home early , so we felt like mules.

But at the end it was good for a reason

so no one came in a silly season.

And we think even with high tech and all that things on the run

the youngsters today have much less fun.

… do you know what happened to those who were not at home at 10 pm?

…yoooooo… off with their heads…





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  1. Those were the days!! I remember far too well…but we were not even allowed to go into movie theaters or bowling allies…unless we had an adult with us…sheesh we were sheltered and sequestered even.LOL! But we appreciate it now, as we see the young ones today have way too much things to get into trouble with…and they have no boundaries a lot of the time.

    Off with their heads might be a bit of over kill, though…more like go to bed early, stay home and perhaps a whipping…yikes: abuse abuse!

  2. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    I remember those times and the white socks. Then came the poodle socks, still white but with a bobbly knit. Did the mama wear poodle socks too?

  3. What a GREAT poem……I’d forgotten about those white socks and I never gave a thought to those shoes we all wore – who knows how many other FEET had been in those! I did wind up buying my very own bowling ball and shoes eventually. Those were such FUN DAYS!

    Hugs, Pam

  4. I feel the Weim penal code is, with respect to coming home late, rather severe….
    Toodle pip!

  5. Hari OM
    ….eerrrrr… this comments box is going off the page……………errrrr anyway. Yes, I agree with the words of your poem and remember lots of fun times bowling… Now to see if this even registers… Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  6. I loved bowling! I miss those days more now than ever. Life was good without all the stress that is part of life today. I guess it was about being younger then and not knowing the worries and stress?!

  7. Mom wasn’t around for bobby socks or youth bowling, but she remembers the skating rink and having her own boot skates! She should have them now so we could go faster on our walks. XOX Xena and Lucy

  8. Cupcake says:

    Good job! For sure missing curfew was NO JOKE. Your head might be left intact, but your butt – not so much…

    Love and licks,

  9. We agree that kids today don’t have as much fun. They spend all their time looking at screens instead of actually doing things.

    The Florida Furkids

  10. What a great poem. We agree with the conclusion too. You boys are so cute playing together.

  11. #1 says she agrees, although she never went bowling. She used to go skating sometimes, though!


  12. Brian says:

    That was a good poem, you boys would have fun bowling!

  13. Clapping wildly. I agree about now kids now a days and I don’t think they know how to entertain themselves either. They must have a device or somthing
    Hugs Cecilia

  14. Sandra Hangey says:

    This is just about the most perfect poetry for the picture that I’ve seen in a long time! And I do remember wearing clothes exactly like those but I didn’t bowl that well. Your poem says it all and the last photo also says it all bra hahaha Off With Their Heads

  15. Love your poem! Mom bowled with friends when she was in elementary school so the outfits could never be the same but she does remember renting the shoes.

  16. Lavinia Ross says:

    I love engineering and electronics, but am also very glad I grew up in the days before answering machines, cell phones and such gadgets. To me these things are tools, not toys.

  17. Hahaha…yeah I think I spent most of my junior year of high school grounded. 😆

  18. Back when people were people and not bytes and data
    It all worked. (except those perms! I always missed the last week the swimming pool was open because my board straight hair was mandated to get permed (mom always wanted Shirley Temple) and you could not get it wet for days …and it stunk for days…and one time it burned the base of my scalp and next because they ignored a little kid. 😦 Was so grateful when Carnaby Street and straight hair was desirable… unfortunately mom didn’t get the message and there were big rollers to sleep on…until I went in and got a Twiggy do when mom wasn’t looking…she hated it, but no more perms!)

  19. I remember those days quite well! And I agree – kids these days don’t know what fun they missed out on.

  20. The Gang at LLB says:

    Mama says she agrees so very much and is so glad she grew up in the 70s!

  21. Yep, the s—- would hit the fan.


  22. The OP Pack says:

    Off with their heads:) You silly boys. Mom says that today’s younger generation have missed out on a lot of the fun like bowling, and playing at the parks, and such. She enjoyed bowling in her heyday but she was terrible at it:)

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  23. Marsha Gay says:

    There was nothing like a Saturday morning at the bowlling alley.

  24. BOL! Oh, Ma is also glads she was a 70’s kid! She liked bowling, even though she sucked at it! She can’t believes it’s gonna actually be an Olympic sport!
    Anyhu, I hopes you didn’t bite off your brudders head….hehehee
    Ruby ♥

  25. MOL…Great poem and we totally agree …less fun is on the run for the youngsters…😸Extra Pawkisses🐾😽💞

  26. Jan K says:

    Even if we had to be home at 10, it was better than not being able to go out at all like these days!!!

  27. JoAnn Stancer says:

    I used to bowl on a league on sat am, my dad and I won a tournament. Kids wouldn’t think of bowling these days. I loved it.

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