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Friday, August 8, 2008

OMG Moment

I actually used a washer just like this when I was first married some 34 years ago! Damn...am I that old?

11 comments:

Dina said...

I rememebr those, lol. I was a little girl and my grandma had one. :)

Nancy Bristow said...

Debbie...Yeah you are;) but I'm older. My Mom used a washer like this one when I was a young girl and I'm sure my grandmothers used a wash board (just kill me now). TYJ that the appliances have advanced...Nancy:)

Estella said...

My mother used a washer like this when I was young. I am retired now---so that was a long time ago.

Karin said...

My parents have been married almost that long and I don't think of them as old at all. But I haven't ever seen a machine like that.

Debbie Wallace said...

Well, I have you beat Dina! LOL I can recall my grandmother using a washboard in the kitchen sink:)

Debbie Wallace said...

You aren't kidding Nancy. At my grandmother's house I remember the cast iron stove in the kitchen and the wood burning stove in the living room. We used an outhouse and collected rain water for baths.

I'm not that old, but grandma was in her 80's when I was a kid and lived on a farm in Maine. You can probably guess the rest:)

Debbie Wallace said...

Man...another retiree! Lucky you Estella:) I've got about 7 years left.

Debbie Wallace said...

You're kidding, Karen! You've missed out. I think they came out in the 40's or 50's, someone who remembers please correct me.

The only reason I had a chance to use one is that the first house my hubby and I rented (70's) had one and since it still worked I used it.

Daun Ann said...

I don't recall seeing that type of washer when I was growing up.

Debbie Wallace said...

Maybe it depends on how old you are, Daun. If one hadn't been left in a house I rented years ago I probably wouldn't have seen one either. I was born in the 50's and I believe this washer is much older. I rented the house in the
70's.

Margay said...

That looks just like the one my grandmother used when I was a kid!