Lexington, Kentucky, 1962
Gelatin Silver print
From The Photography Book by Phaidon
no truer words.
been entertaining a 4 year old with some clips of teddy ruxpin which was my very favorite show as a child in the 80s. it had this continuing storyline in each episode that i really enjoyed. anyways it really pleases me that a child of today still thinks teddy is interesting, enough so that the little girl came to me a week after the first episode and asked me to see more. i was shocked that she remembered the name of the bear. so i find this on youtube, how to fix your teddy ruxpin bear. i had one when i was really young and eventually broke it by moving his mouth…he took tapes in his back and would talk. perhaps now i can try to fix it and show little girl that teddy has come to life! it’s early and i am full of harebrained ideas. will post teddy video soon to show all 90s kiddies how solid 80s cartoons were.
does anyone else find it immensely comforting to have someone touching you? not like poking or tickling you or like sexually just...
"ARE WE REALLY HITTING ON EACH OTHER RIGHT NOW OR ARE WE KIDDING?!!" The Musical.