And what I have discovered that the good old days are anything you want them to be. I often think of future generations who will look back at today with fondness as the good old days. A simpler time, before, well, I don't know yet.
Yeah, you can tell I love the good old days of Phoenix. And I really can't get enough of them - as I post them on the web. And yes, I love the good old days. But ultimately I am an optimist for the future - and I know that there will be more good old days to come!
Image above: in front of Green the Hatter in the 1890s at the Fleming Building, 1st Avenue and Washington, Phoenix, Arizona.
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