I love hearing elderly people talk about their lives.
Especially, from this time period. These people were born in the late 1800s. So much changed during their lifetimes. I can't even fathom it. It makes me think of my great-great-grandma. She was born in 1888. I met her once. I was a young child but I still remember visiting her. She passed about 5 years later at 104 years old. How amazing would it be to have recordings of her talking about her life. It's crazy how much is lost when someone passes away.
Anyway, their lives seem so much nicer than life now. Everything seemed more calm, more free. Obviously, the starvation and poverty is heartbreaking. But, not needing a driver's license, the lack of regulations, rules, and people, just seems so nice.
Hi, I'm Dana.
I love art, design, vintage goods, healthy living, and weirdo fringe stuff.
I design wallpaper and textiles under the name Dolphin & Condor.
I have my own line of pillows based on the periodic table called Element Pillows.
I have an ugly Christmas sweater shop called My Ugly Sweater.
I edit and sell vintage photos under the handle Photo Trade Co.
And, so much more! Can you tell I enjoy working?