Boomers talk about how great it was when vinyl records were the best way to listen to music.
Boomers remember drive-in movies as a fun part of their life that they will never forget.
Boomers remember the encyclopedias that sat on their desks and gave them access to a wealth of information.
Boomers recall the days when typewriters were a ubiquitous tool for writing and communication.
They talk about how, on a road trip, they would spread out a map and carefully mark their route with a marker or pen.
Boomers wax nostalgic about waking up early on Saturday mornings to catch their favorite cartoons.
They remember how carefully they had to dial each number and how good it felt to hear the dial click back into place.
Boomers talk about how good it was to write letters by hand and how personal they felt.
Boomers fondly remember the instant gratification of taking photos with Polaroid cameras.
Boomers talk a lot about how important family dinner time was, when everyone gathered around the table to eat and talk about important things.
They remembered spending hours looking through the shelves, finding new books, and loving the quiet environment.
Boomers love hand-written recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation.