Saturday Morning Cartoons

Saturday Morning Cartoons

Featuring Lyrium and [Krescendo]

I have been doing a good bit of reminiscing this past week, sharing memories with my family and was reminded how simple life was when we hopped up on Saturday morning and spent the next several hours watching our favorite cartoons.  Actually cartoons is not really accurate because most of my favorites were not animated at all.

On the screen in this photo was the one and only H.R. Pufnstuf!  It was a favorite along with Lidsville, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, Land of the Lost, Electra-Woman and Dynagirl and Dr. Shrinker, none of which were actually animated!  Scooby Doo and Bugs Bunny were at the top of the list in the animated category.

I have found almost all of these shows have episodes on YouTube.  Tomorrow I think I will start my morning with some terribly sweet cereal (do they still make Apple Jacks) and a little bit of the good old days in the form of Sigmund, some sleestaks and Chaka and a little bit of Witchypoo!  Who needs to wait for Saturday!


What I’m wearing

Body – Maitreya – Lara

Head – Catwa – Eva

Skin – Insol – Nicole

Face & Body Moles – Izzie’s

Eyes – Aviglam –Heartbreaker Eyes

Ears – Swallow – High Definition Ears

Hair – Truth – Mitzi

Leggings – Blueberry – Cake Leggings

Top – CandyDoll – Deja Blouse Cotton

Earrings – Starlight Designs – Pom Pom Earrings


Lyrium – Lou Series Pose #1 @ On9



Binge Watchers Blanket

Seven Emporium

Philby Television *screen modified*


Cozy Lounger


Door Backdrop

Trompe Loeil

Cobble Hill Couch

Dust Bunny

Hanging Plants – Ivy

Spotted Begonia

Dreamy Outing Pillow Pile


Rustic Accents Positivity Art

{What Next}

Palma Potted Plant

Maison Table Lamp

Chez Moi Furnitures

Sheppard Pillow Basket


Baby Seal Pillow

Jumpin Jacks

For Real Cereal and Milk

Cartoon Snippets

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