My mother subscribed to Reminisce when I was a teenager, still living at home. She had a subscription to almost every magazine imaginable, and I have yet to find one as interesting as this.
One boring day (as most of my teenage days were) I was looking around for something to pass the time. I wanted to read something good, but I was a little leary of this magazine. I thought it was for "old fogeys." I have never been more wrong in my life.
I picked Reminisce out of the pile, opened the cover, and slipped into a totally different world. Suddenly, there weren't televisions in every home--only radios. Fun was spending time outdoors,...