By Jim Garnett
Garnett captures the innocence of this magical time choked with hula hoops, flat tops and butch wax, glass milk bottles, and little sweet buttons caught on paper rolls.
Growing Up Smalltime will take you again to a time the place lifestyles appeared uncomplicated, secure, and gratifying.
You will proof the fact that “You won't ever understand the price of a second till it turns into a memory.” – Dr. Seuss
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