Friday, January 13, 2017

Friday Randoms



This beauty is for sale.  I could see myself floating down the road.  Wonder if it would fit in my parking space at work? 


What type of cake was all the rage when you were born?  Click right here for the answer.  I know you need that critical information.  


Ben & Jerry are making Bourbon flavored ice cream.  That's right!  I think they should sell it in Kentucky first.  It's only right.  


This very talented dad took some great pictures of his young sons.  


Leaving you with some Postmodern Jukebox for the weekend.  Kenton Chen has a great voice!  
Enjoy!  


Linking up with Tanya today.  






24 comments:

  1. I'm not sure what happened...but when I clicked on HERE...it started with 1950...so, since I am pre-1950, my cake isn't listed. Bah. I guess they'd find my cake petrified after excavation of the site where I was born.

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  2. I had a Caddy about that vintage. My mother liked to ride around in the back seat like it was a limo. But it was very expensive to fix and so darn big, I finally sold it.

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  3. I don't think they're making parking spaces that large anymore. Wowzers!
    And that's a spectacular portfolio of child photos by dad.
    😃

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  4. Those old Cadillacs had such a smooth ride, heavy and a suspension designed for comfort. I can imagine it would be hard to keep running what with all of the luxury equipment to replace when it fails. Lots of plastic, rubber and thin metal coming to end of life just because of age.

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  5. Those Dad pictures were priceless! Especially the one of him blowing to the lantern:)

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  6. #1 that '71 Cadillac is a boat.
    #2 darn thing doesn't go back far enough.
    #3 I'll pass.
    #4 WOW.
    #5 I was there!

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  7. Those big caddies always remind me of Elvis!

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  8. I bet that car would be so comfy, except when it comes to parking it.. German Chocolate Cake is my birth cake. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  9. That wasn't nice-- they stopped at 1950s. What about those of us must scroll much further down the pop-up menu? I especially remember Hostess orange flavored cupcakes.

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  10. German Chocolate Cake.
    I'm not crazy about the big old cars. I learned to drive on a Pontiac Bonneville and that thing was SO LONG.

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  11. I spent way too much time looking at (okay drooling over) those cakes...

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  12. Great kids photos a bit different to what you normally get.
    Merle................

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  13. Love me some Post Modern Jukebox!
    My cake is supposed to be pink champagne, but I ever heard of it. :)
    Those photos - they are amazing!

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  14. I am not sure I could drive a car that big! Love the pics from that dad...they were awesome.

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  15. Now, that is quite a car! As always, your Randoms are awesome!

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  16. NO cake either!! The images taken of his son are brilliant. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  17. Sweet car . . . (doubt if it will fit.)
    Loved the cakes . . . wonder what the best cake would be for the 30's.
    Wonderful photos of the boys . . . great ideas.

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  18. What a great car. German chocolate was the cake for me. xo Laura

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  19. Fun post. I am sorry I didn't get to write a Thankful post. I hope you had a great party.
    If you come by you'll see I've been posting late all week!
    Hope you have a wonderful Sunday.
    XXOO

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  20. My first couple of cars were big boats like that. I miss the comfortable ride and room they had but they needed a lot more maintenance. Interesting to know that tunnel of fudge cake became popular soon after I was born!

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  21. Bourbon ice cream? Heck yeah! :-D Great kid shots. Wish I had that kind of eye.

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  22. The kid photos by dad were exceptional, weren't they? I sometimes worry that digital photos will disappear into the ether with time. That is why I put quite a few into photo albums, so the next generation will have something tangible to look at.

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