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Fourth of July Sodas-July ATC Swap

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We had few extras when I was growing up, so the case of mixed sodas my Dad faithfully brought us, along with a watermelon, on July 4th was a big deal to us. Dad worked oilfield before daylight until late at night, so we didn't see him a lot for periods of time.

 

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What a beautiful card and sweet memory, Jean! I like your photos (I remember my grandparents getting soda delivered in wooden boxes like that!) and I really like the colors you used. Enjoyed your journaling and remembering, too. Great ATC. :)

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Love this! Pop (as we called soda) was a rare treat for us, too. We always got orange, grape or some fruit flavor. When I got old enough to buy my own, Coke in a bottle was always my choice. Your card is a lovely trip down memory lane!

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How fun! Love those stamp frames. What a great memory! When I was a kid NeHi sodas were popular, grape and orange. But, of course, living in east Texas meant you had to LOVE Dr. Pepper.

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What a super memory! I love your card, too, Jean! Yep, I remember those bottles, too and the different flavors. Since my Dad liked soda, ("tonic" we called it in New Hampshire) I admit to being spoiled by being able to drink it pretty often.

I love the Americana feel to your card, especially the circles that look like patriotic coasters. Great ATC!

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I love your ATC. I remember those coke bottles in the old wooden crates and to have a whole bottle all to yourself was a real treat. Nothing like a nice cold coke on a hot summer day. What a wonderful memory that is.

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