Remember getting up early on Saturday morning and spending countless hours in front of the TV? Man those were the good ole’ days. I loved Saturday morning cartoons. It was the only time of the week (that I can remember) that cartoons were on TV, and they were good cartoons! None of this Sponge Bob Square Pants nonsense. I am not his biggest fan. We keep him and his pineapple far from our house at all times. What happened to the good ole’ days? It seems like these days cartoon makers are getting… well… lazy. Cartoons used to be so thought out and were depicted in a way that didn’t make you want to scream and yell at the TV. I feel like cartoons now are geared more toward the adult in the house, rather than the kid. And if it is for the kids?? Shame on the cartoon makers. ((sorry)) But seriously people. Where have all the good cartoons gone?
I was really excited to get a My Little Pony DVD in the mail circa 1986. Yay! It brought me straight back to childhood and Saturday mornings with the remote in my hot little hand. I have searched long and hard for the old My Little Pony cartoons because even the new My Little Pony cartoons are looking more Sponge Bob-esque now. Yes I know like I sound like a Grandma.
A few years ago I found the old My Little Pony dolls at a garage sale for 25 cents each. You better believe I bought my daughters 11 of them. I was super excited to share this little piece of my childhood history with my girls. My Oldest spent hours brushing their hair and tails and set them all up in a line for what she called “a horse show”. I know this picture is a little blurry and the silly horse icon is my attempt at covering up her bare little body but the picture was way too cute not to share. (apparently it is next to impossible to even poach pictures from your OWN instagram).
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My Little Pony Tales Classic TV Series on DVD
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