I think it might have been the only reason I bought the paper, it was the highlight of my day to see what new sweet thing this little cartoon couple would say to each other that might apply to my long distance love life, and on the other side of the world my honey was doing the same! I think we have around 450 of them and I don't believe there are any duplicates.
There are thirty album pages, twelve cartoons to a page, and the last page in the album has a stack of around 100 clipped to the page! I am only showing a few pages here, it was hard to choose they all have such special appeal for me. I think we probably continued to collect them after we were reunited because I can't imagine we would have been able to accumulate so many otherwise.
We cut them out of the paper each day and often wrote little notes on them.......
Added appropriate comments.....and lots of little red hearts......
We sometimes drew extra details on the pictures themselves!
That seems like such a very long time ago, and here we are still the same people, yet changed in so many ways, definitely older and wiser and quite different from our pictures then!
Now if this has whetted your appetite for vintage things, head on over to Colorado Lady's blog and see who else has linked their treasures from days gone by.
In my vintage apron gifting, I posted that last week I drew comment #10, CC at Lace'n Ribbon Roses, and mailed off her apron and pot-holder yesterday.
I'll draw another number from this week's comments and let you know who it is.