History Repeating

My mom has a long history with Sears Roebuck & Co. She has always shared stories about how exciting it was when the massive catalog arrived at their doorstep with a thud, initiating near fist-fights between her and her brothers over who got to browse its’ pages first. They would dog-ear the pages that contained their coveted treasures and hope Mom and Dad would remember when their birthdays came around. Later, when a store opened near them it was an exciting destination because Sears sold everything they needed – all in one store. Tools for Pompa, seeds for grandma and … Continue reading History Repeating