Have you ever been a victim of abuse or domestic violence? (Heavens to Betsy, Don’t Do That to Me!)
Have you ever been told or said you should write a book? (Heavens to Betsy, Just Write! – currently on hold)
Are you a person who enjoys seeing things that are all Christian faith-based? (Heavens to Betsy, My Faith Can Move Mountains!)
As you already know, or will soon be discovering, GrannyJ is eclectic (Adjective: Selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas), which means I am interested in more than one thing that I would like to share with you. This page is where you can see everything that’s available and choose to visit the pages that you have the greatest interest in viewing.
I sincerely hope you enjoy your visits with me and are able to pick up some things that will help you improve your quality of life.
McCall’s was a monthly American women’s magazine, published by the McCall Corporation, that enjoyed great popularity through much of the 20th century, peaking at a readership of 8.4 million in the early 1960s.
Starting in May 1951, and lasting until at least 1995, Betsy McCall paper dolls were printed in most issues. Children could cut out the printed dolls and clothing, or for a small fee (10¢ in 1957, 25¢ in 1967) paper dolls printed on cardboard could be ordered. Betsy McCall became so popular that various sized vinyl dolls were produced by Ideal and American Character Dolls.