Ode to the Radio
Sometimes we hurry through our days and worlds and neglect to see the treasures around us. But then a sweet nearly eight-year-old grandson asks, "Do you dance to music on that old radio?" And he reminds you of the treasures right in front of you. I said, "I would if it worked and I would dance with you."
(P.S. He is the grandson that said to me not long ago, "When I grow up and am a lot - lot older and when you have died, I will bring out every picture I have of you and put them all over my house so that I won't forget you." I still tear up over that one. Wait while I blow my nose, please.)
I wonder who has danced to this RCA Victor's beautiful sound?
Did someone listen to the war news on this tabletop Crosley radio, while thinking of their loved one who was serving?
Can't you hear the baseball game on this General Electric model?
Did sweethearts gazed into each other's eyes while listening to music on this combo music maker?
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