Muse & Meander

Shaping a Genesis week from the chaos of my life

The biggest deception of the 60s

I enjoy Gail Vaz-Oxlade. She’s a money guru who, if she is anything like she appears on television and her tweets, is a wee bit feisty and a whole lot of no-nonsense. I follow her blog because she has good advice, tackling money issues with sense that is surprisingly not as common as it should be. She sometimes makes me laugh, often makes me nod my head in agreement, and occasionally causes me to say, “Oh Gail, what are you thinking?”  I’m pretty sure if I met her in person, she’d size me up pretty quickly and tell me where I stand.  I think I could handle it.

This December she asked for holiday stories and memories to feature on her blog during Christmas week so she could take some time off.  My story, about a huge deception of the nineteen-sixties, is featured in her post today.  I hope you enjoy it.

And Gail?  Thanks for all you do.


3 comments on “The biggest deception of the 60s

  1. Rachel Miller
    December 28, 2013

    Cute story, Crystal! 🙂

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