Saturday, June 13, 2015


Isn't it nice to wake up when you want to, have no doctor appointments, see sunshine and flowers blooming?  Saturday mornings have always been special.  I remember as a child, Saturday morning meant sleeping late and then listening to programs on the radio -  Roy Rogers, Buster Brown, Ozzie and Harriet, Ethel and Albert, Fibber McGee and Molly.  Do you remember any of those?  I know some of you aren't old enough, but maybe some are.  A whole day without school, and doing what we wanted to do.

I really don't have anything interesting to share this morning, so I will wish you a happy, 'do what you want to' day.

My cat picture for today:


  1. Roy Rogers, Ozzie and Harriet, Leave it to Beaver....of course, they were prob. reruns as I am only 48, lol. Thanks Linda--you have a lovely Saturday. Blessings

  2. Love the cat photo! Isn't she pretty?! I don't think I've ever heard of Ethel and Albert, but I am familiar with the others. I'm a few years younger than you, so did not listen to the radio. We had TV for as long as I can remember. Black and white, with three stations! Those were the days! :)

  3. Good Morning, Linda. I cherish the days when we don't have dr. appts. I never sleep well the day before I have to drive to the dr.
    I always open the windows early in the a.m. and usually the a/c does not turn on til about 10. I cherish hearing the sounds of Sat. mornings. Lawn mowers humming, children playing, birds singing. The cats love open windows too. They chatter at the birds in the yard!
    We rarely get out in traffic on weekends. I have a stash of good, clean mysteries from the thrift store - maybe I'll read this afternoon.
    I hope you both are feeling ok today. Take care. Keeping little Jesse in my prayers. xo

  4. Since I work on Saturdays I don't have the same feeling for it as you do. But I do know what you mean. There are some days in my life where I can do as I wish.

    I don't remember listening to programs on the radio. I had a TV growing up. As Terri said it was black and white with three stations. But the programs were good. I remember watching Superman, Ozzie and Harriet and Leave It to Beaver. They were shows anyone could watch without being offended or worrying about what the kids saw.

    Have a good weekend, Linda!

  5. I remember Roy Rogers, and Ozzie and Harriett but only because they where in re-runs.
    Now THAT's a cat!! *lol*
    Luv ~:)

  6. I don't remember those shows, but I have heard of most of them.
    It's a working weekend for me so I had to get up, but I do enjoy the Saturday morning sleep in when it happens!

  7. It is so special to have a sleep in day and do whatever you want day, especially as a child! The radio programs sound so interesting, It seems life was so much more simple back then.