Nothing beat running home after school to catch up with the modern stone age family. I don't remember watching much tv as a child. The older I got the less I must have watched.

The Flintstones still hold up today. I know that if I sat my girls in front of the tube to watch this I'm pretty sure they would get a kick out it!

Make sure to check out the other blog's during the countdown. A to Z Challange 


  1. Yabba Dabba Doo! What a fun concept for A to Z - superheroes and villains. Can't wait to see what you do with the hardest letters.
    I'm doing 5 blogs for the Ato Z Blog Challenge this year. (I did 10 last year, but it was a LOT.) Hope you'll stop by at: Heart of a Ready Writer, Kicking MS to the Curb, The Mane Point: A Haven for Horse Lovers, Nicker and Ink Poetry & Humor, or Practically at Home. Happy A to Z April!

    1. 5 Blogs!! WOW that's wild. I'm just glad I have kept up so far this year. Thanks for stopping I do have all 26 letters in mind so I might surprise you. Thank you for stopping by the cave.

  2. I was hoping that your F post was Fred Flintstone and I was happy to see it this morning. They don't make cartoons like they used to. I loved watching the Flintstones as a kid and still enjoy seeing an episode once in a while today.

    Sean at His and Her Hobbies

    1. My girls loved the episode that Pebbles and Bam Bam sang. Other then that they won't watch much of the old stuff its a bummer. Thanks for stopping by Sean I have been lurking your blog as well!

  3. The Flintstones were on either Thursday or Friday night when I was a kid. I especially liked it when Pebbles and BamBam were created.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder


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