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Mrs LRM
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Mrs LRM and the Nail Polish Naughtiness
Mrs LRM, once upon a time had a very respectable job in banking. As a beacon of respectability I would sometimes head out on business visitations. If you couldn't come to the bank to sort out the admin side of your business banking, not a problem as I would...

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Growing Up Clayton......A Personal Perspective
Growing up in Clayton during the 1960's and 70's feels like a black and white photograph where you look at the subject captured in a snapshot of a long lost moment in time. Clayton was once a quiet little suburb full of market gardens located on the outskir...

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Martha & Arthur Lived Happily Ever After.
Valentine's Day is usually about unspoken love. Love is not in the things that we give but it is in actions that we undertake. Love is enduring, love does not fade, love transcends. Here is a retro Valentine's Day love story. I am a sucker for old photograp...

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Australia Post and the Birthday Card Ghost.
This post should have had a happy ending but sadly the Australia Post Birthday Card Ghost intervened and it all went pear shaped. A few weeks ago, little Amelia popped a birthday card in the post for Mrs LRM's birthday. Hmmm I can see that you all know how ...

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Living the Retro Life Bucolic Way Down in Kongwak.
This weekend Mr LRM and I were fortunate to live the retro life bucolic way down in Kongwak. Found in the Valley of Peace situated in South Gippsland, Kongwak is a perfect weekend getaway when combined with a bit of retro treasure hunting. Held every Sunday...

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Souvenir Spoons and the Tivoli Girl,
I don't know how this story began nor do I know how it ended but let me share my 15 minutes of whimsical wonderment at being introduced to a world of souvenir spoons and the Tivoli girl. Please forgive me if some of the details are a bit sketchy but I will ...

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Desert Boot Darling Days.
In the 1970's we were able to escape the confines of the black leather school shoe when the camel coloured desert boot burst onto the school uniform scene. The 70's was an era when strict uniform policies were reviewed and abandoned by many schools in Victo...
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