Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Those were the days!

Last month me and one of our leaders in  nursing home, where I work went to a seminar in   Rockheim. It is a museum and we got the chance to roam around  during lunch break.

This museum shows old music instruments and things way back in the sixties, seventies and so on. Anyway, I couldn't relate much since it shows more about Norwegian artists, which I didn't know before I came to Norway. Some of them though are still well known up to now. But still it was interesting to see the things that were used in those days.
I believe many can relate to these old music instruments .



This is a replica of a tour bus, used by the artists in turne.





A music room where you can choose an artist and listens to his or her song

More to see



Different music instruments





Old book shelf

Radio and tv?
Vaccum cleaner
To curl the hair



Old magazines



Old newspapers

 Remember this telephone? When I came to Norway, it was like the same telephone that my husband was using.

Old bikes and old suitcases



 Old things for men?

Norwegian kitchen in old days
 Yes, the Jukebox!

Do you recognize some of these things?

Ending this post With " Food for the soul"

His unfailing love....
I am persuaded that neither death nor life...
shall be able to separate us from the love of God.
Romans 8:38-39
" When trials overwhelm your soul
And seem too much to bear,
Just ask the Lord to show His love,...

Then trust His tender care." - Sper Prayer:
Dear God,
 thank You for Your love when we needed it the most...
when everything seems hopeless...
when we face hindrances,
difficulties or danger.
Thank You for Your love
never ceaseth and never fails.
💜Know Christ and know God's love

JOY




41 comments:

  1. Hi, Joy!
    Those really were the days. I remember the hair curlers and some of the stuff, like that phone. Did you listen to the songs? Wonder which one you liked the best? Interesting post!!!

    Have a great day, my friend.
    Mary

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    1. I didn't listenesd to one of the songs Mary because we had limited time, but the place was awesome!

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  2. Oh, this is such a fun post! I enjoyed this!

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  3. Interesting-looking place. I bet you had some fun there. You know Joy, I had some of those curlers and they worked wonderfully. LOL

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    1. NIce to know that you used the curlers Carol:)

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  4. interesting exhibits for the music lover and for older memorabilia.

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  5. Dear Joy, I am a big fan of museums , this post of yours made me so happy :)

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  6. lovely post. Yes we have some of the stuffs over here too.

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    1. Yes, some of the items can also found in my homoecountry like the jukebox!

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  7. What a nice and beautiful museum Ms. Joy ... very nostalgic : )

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  8. Lots of fun, Joy! I miss much of the stuff from the past. :)

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  9. Wow, ang daming magagandang vintage stuff sa museum na yan Mommy Joy :)
    Ang cool din nung mga old vinyl records nila.

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  10. AWWWWWW! well, can i live there? never actually seen a vinyl ever in my life! I really need to get there now! ahahahahahahah.

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  11. Totally cool, Joy! I love vintage stuff! xoxo

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  12. Cool! I've always wanted vinyl records but I don't have a record player. Haha! Cool museum! I want to visit someday.

    Jenn
    The Pink Lemonade Girl

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  13. Boa tarde, visitar um museu com este que partilha é fantástico, as fotos são de excelência.
    AG

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  14. What an interesting display. I enjoyed your photos of things from long time ago. That telephone is what I can relate to most..I used to use that :-)

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    1. Same to me with the telephone Tamago:)

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  15. that's a cool classic car

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    1. may bayad michelle. Free lang kami because of the course.

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  17. Hello dear friend. Thank you soooooooo much for sharing all these old things.. Gosh, that makes me an old thing also.. Well, I have turned 70yrs now...LOL.. But, I got a lot of happiness seeing many of these things saved. It was a walk back through time. xxxx

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    1. Hello Crystal Mary! Yes, I feel old too seeing all these things way back in my earlier days:)

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  18. How fun.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  19. Fun place to have a seminar (perfect, if it weren't for all the boring meeting stuff ;)) ccc I certainly don't recognize the Norwegian music and artists, but I guess everybody in my age group everywhere knows about juke boxes. Those were fun times!

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    1. Hi hi. I did enjoy all the boring stuff too Sallie:)

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  20. Yes, I can remember the radio & TV, the bicycles and of course the jukebox! Interesting items and I am sure you enjoyed the seminar.

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    1. Yes, I enjoyed the seminar, thankk you Nancy!

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  21. How lovely to see these items. Some i recognize from far down below, on the other side of the world...

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    1. Yes, Whiteangel. Some of the things were used aloso in other parts of the world:)

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