Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Wordless Wednesday-Hands Across America

Ok, who remembers Hands Across America back in 1986? I bet my daughter does!! She participated. LOL.

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9 comments:

Natalie said...

I think I was too young for that.

Kailani said...

I was in high school then but I don't remember it. :-)

Shama-Lama Mama said...

Oh, you didn't!

Gotta love the eighties! Check out those short-shorts on me! And the "Time to Party" sweatshirt looks so nice with the fake Ray-bans!

I remember thinking we should get those of us who were there to hold hands, but we would never have reached the folks a mile down the road.

Pardon My French said...

The shirt cracks me up!

2cents said...

Cool photo, thanks for sharing. Mine is up at 4SeasonsOfMYlife. Hope you can visit me too.

Gabriel said...

Funny picture! :-)

Thanks for dropping by, have a great WW!

My post: "Soccer stars".

Candi said...

Oh my---that brings back memories!!! I was 7 years old, but I remember it well!! My dad was a volunteer fireman in our small town, so he helped string the red and white rope. There was some left over and several years later a friend and I strung the rope from my house to her's, just to see if it would reach. Boy did we have fun winding it all back up!! LOL

Gumby said...

you know... I think I was right there with her. I may have even taken that photo!

Snowbird said...

I think you might be right Gumby. I thought I took the picture but I'm not sure now that I was even there. Man, my memory is going. Ugh!