Category Archives: 1940’s

Weekends are Made for Intrigue

Hi there, guys and dolls! Already Thursday’s here. My goodness, I just got over Monday. With the next weekend almost upon us, it’s time for my Raves and Faves, and this week I’m so excited to talk about the Lane … Continue reading

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Rita and Margaret Take 5 with Barbara Jean

Hi there, guys and dolls! Well, looky here — July’s gone in a flash. For many, I’m sure like a hot flash, but we really don’t need to discuss such things, do we? Instead, let’s do one of my favorite … Continue reading

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