E is for Ernie

I swear growing up in the 70's had to be the greatest time on earth. And nothing brings back fond memories like the show Sesame Street.

I know as a child I had everything Ernie, his sweater, toys, and, of course, the rubber duckie.

He may not have been a hero in the sense that Super Grover was but for me going up he was my hero.

Make sure to check out the other blog's taking part in the A to Z Challange. And stop back tomorrow for letter F.


  1. Ernie is one of my favorite Muppets - and I am known to whip out a chorus of "Rubber Duckie" at any moment of the d

  2. I had a Sesame Street picture book, but we didn't have SS on TV, so it took me a long time to find out it was actually a TV show... :D

    @TarkabarkaHolgy from
    Multicolored Diary - Epics from A to Z
    MopDog - 26 Ways to Die in Medieval Hungary

  3. I remember watching Bert and Ernie as a kid and thinking "Wow Bert is awfully grumpy" Watching the same show again as a parent I see something completely different. Bert is grumpy because Ernie is an annoying passive aggressive turd. Seriously, rewatch them as an adult.

  4. I was totally into Elmo. I think I may have even had that '80's Elmo hug plushie thing that talked to you.

    2015 A to Z Blogger
    Visions of Other Worlds

  5. Ernie is fantastic. I like how you're bringing in heroes that aren't always considered traditional heroes, but ones you had :)

  6. Awesome Theme for the A-Z Challenge. I look forward to seeing what the rest of your posts will be. Ernie was a big part of any child who grew up in the 70's or 80's.

    Sean at His and Her Hobbies


Post a Comment

Popular This Week

No Hammer. No Problem.

We've eaten them for years, now it's their turn!

Sixth and Final Sharknado!

Homework can wait. The city can't.

Where will you be, when it all ends?