As I've talked about in past posts, I have a lot of stuff. Much too much to display all at once. And, in my youth, I moved frequently, so would put stuff in boxes, not to be seen again for years. Many items are in our attic, basement, and garage.
I often will see something out at a flea market or antique shop, and say "I have that." My wife will say "Really? Where?".
To which I will sheepishly reply "I have no idea.".
While putting some stuff away in the garage, I opened a box, and there sitting on top, was this watch:
I remember this watch, just like I remember the magic. What I couldn't remember, is how it was distributed. I knew, obviously, it was a Disney World/ Kodak promotion, but could not remember if it was in store or mail away. A Google search has revealed it could be obtained with a proof of purchase from a roll of film and $7.95.
What's a roll of film? Kids, ask your parents.
I had a couple, and wore one. I put this in a box, to be rediscovered 15 (!) years later.
Made for Eastman Kodak Company, 1997.
I found another item in that box, also celebrating Walt Disney World's 25th Anniversary.
Stop back tomorrow to see it!