Remember the Time Blog Hop

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Need an excuse to luxuriate in the glories of nostalgia every month? Then Remember the Time Blog Hop is for you! Ashley of Zebra Garden and I started Remember the Time so we’d have a place to dump all the old skool stories we’ve accumulated over the years. Bad perms, first kisses, memories of MTV back when it actually played videos: they’re all par for the course.

And of course super-sexy pubescent photos. They are there too. (Wop waaaaaaah.)

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Now Kelly of Are You Finished Yet? has jumped on the bandwagon and helps host this monthly mothball-scented romp down memory lane. We’d love to have you on board too! Awkward loves company.

Here’s how to do it:

The third Thursday of every month, Kelly and I will announce the month’s theme on our blogs. If the theme inspires you (and it toooootally will, as Kelly and I are truly inspirational people), you will write a post on your own blog responding to the prompt. Be sure to grab the badge above and affix it to your RTT post so all your readers will know that your part of our cult blogging group.

Then, you will share your post by entering your link in the Inlinkz box that will appear at the bottom of our posts. It looks like this:

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Isn’t it cute?

While entering your link in the comments to our blogs is fine too, other participants may not be able to find it there. Inlinkz ensures that all the posts can be found in one spot. The linkup will be open for the entire month, and we highly encourage you to check out the posts of your fellow participants because no one likes blogging in a bubble.

We’ll all read each others’ posts, sing “Kumbaya,” and thank our lucky stars that big hair has yet to make a comeback. Be sure to leave your co-participants feedback on their blogs!

Sound good? Good! See you there!

37 comments

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  3. […] on the bandwagon and check out other great posts over at Emily and Ashley’s Remember the Time Blog Hop. Just click the […]

  4. […] those of you new to this blog, let me introduce you to the Remember the Time Blog Hop. You may have noticed our nifty little badge on the sidebar of my home page. Every week I team up […]

  5. […] inspired by my friend Kelly over at Are You Finished Yet? who recently began co-hosting the Remember the Time Blog Hop. Each week Kelly and Emily of The Waiting offer a nostalgic topic for bloggers to write about. […]

  6. […] This blog story is my very first entry for the Remember the Time Blog Hop. […]

  7. […] know what the “Remember the Time Blog Hop” is? Learn all about it here, then get your writing butt in gear…and join […]

  8. […] This week, Emily of The Waiting suggested we tackle the subject of “fear” for our Remember the Time Blog Hop. Naturally, I was down for that. First of all, I have a hard time denying Emily anything. I mean, […]

  9. […] I wrote this post as a contribution to the series Remember the Time, a dumping ground for old school stories co-hosted by Emily at The Waiting, who has been very […]

  10. […] month or so ago, I started posting for the weekly Remember the Time Blog Hop and then quickly added the yeah write weekly writing challenge. The yeah write challenge involves […]

  11. […] my blogging social life was pretty dull. But now the two of us are partying every Thursday with our Remember the Time Blog Hop, and this place feels like a non-exclusive sorority […]

  12. […] pretty much all I remember about him. But thinking of Curtis got me to thinking of the “Remember the Time Blog Hop.” I figured I couldn’t have been the only kid (or blogger) who had an imaginary friend. […]

  13. […] If you ever need a refresher on the rules, you can always check the Remember the Time Guidelines over at The […]

  14. […] week’s “Remember the Time” writing theme is about rivalries – a time when I was involved in a sibling or some […]

  15. […] know what the heck I’m talking about, check out the explanation of the RTT Blog Hop here. We would love for new bloggers to link up stories with us, in addition to our old friendly […]

  16. […] to Matticus for giving me something to fun to write this week! And for all my Remember the Time Blog Hoppers, Emily and I are taking a break this week. We will be back next […]

  17. […] at The Waiting runs a weekly nostalgic hop called the Remember the Time Blog Hop along with co-founder Ashley. Emily says that the blog hop has resulted in some pleasant […]

  18. […] https://notthehardestpart.com/ ) runs a weekly nostalgic hop called the Remember the Time Blog Hop ( https://notthehardestpart.com/remember-the-time-blog-hop/ ) along with co-founder Ashley ( https://twitter.com/ashleyaustrew ) . Emily says that the blog hop […]

  19. […] way, that spells disaster for the weekly Remember the Time Blog Hop that Emily of The Waiting and I have been co-hosting for months now. Luckily, we have formed a […]

  20. […] am linking  up with Kelly of Are You Finished Yet? and Emily of The Waiting for their Remember the Time blog […]

  21. […] challenge I’ve decided to participate in is called  remember the time blog hop. Once a month, expect a blast from my past, a rare look into what made me who I am today. This […]

  22. Remembering the time….
    November 23, 1963
    It’s 1:00 p.m. as I enter classroom for Algebra Exam. Mr. Jaman enters classroom, sits on his desk, and tells us to close our books that “There will be no exam today!” We were happy while at the same time bothered by the solemn expression on his face. He seemed shocked!
    He then told us to stay seated that he had bad news for us. Suddenly we heard the school principal on the broadcast system confirming the news that there was shooting in Dallas Texas and President Kennedy had been shot. It was rumored that injuries were serious,

    A minute later it was confirmed that the President had died from head wounds. Shock, tears througout the classroom! Priscilla H. in hysteria. Fear, total disbelief!

    Assasination? The Russians? Were we under attack? The Chinese? What’s next?

    What will tomorrow be like?

    What was happening?

    The world has not been the same since that sad afternoon!

    Like the light of day and dark of night!

    I remember Mr Jaman’s words:

    “The World Will Never Be The Same”.

    How true!

    Everything felt different! No joy! Sudden fear!What about tomorrow? What about today?

  23. […] Crops? that is part of the blog hop, “Remember The Time” by Are You Finished Yet? and The Waiting. I’m excited to write a piece for the RTT blog hop because I love to reminisce, and I have […]

  24. […] along with the “Remember The Time” blog hop brought to you by Are You Finished Yet? and The Waiting. […]

  25. […] known her for years. And, if you’re feeling nostalgic, she hosts a monthly blog hop called, Remember the Time, each with a different theme inspiring you to recall memories from the […]

  26. […] Full Event Details […]

  27. […] vengeance. There is a pinch-hitter filling in for her currently to maintain her monthly blog-hop, Remember The Time. You should still follow and when August rolls around you’ll be surprised by the immaculate […]

  28. […] Remember the Time Blog Hop […]

  29. […] Kelly Suellentrop for about a year new. I met her through another blogger when she cohosted the Remember the Time bloghop. Very quickly I was impressed with her writing and storytelling ability. She adeptly drops […]

  30. I am new to blogging and think this would be great fun. I am just not sure exactly HOW to go about being a part of this. I am not sure what the “badge” is and how to acquire it plus what does RTT stand for?

    1. Stacey – RTT simply stands for Remember the Time. :) The badge is Emily’s little red riding hood picture that you see all the way at the top here. When you write a story that you want to include in Emily’s monthly blog hop, you simply copy/paste, (or drop and drag), from another tab/window you have open into your story. Then you will need to click on the ‘little blue frog’ link that you will see in her monthly entry in order to supply the link to your own story so that others will know that you have written something for this. She provides 30 days to enter your story each month. My first few times I found that I did have to practice and ask questions before finally getting it right so don’t be bashful. The time to enter the last RTT has expired but Em should be creating a new one sometime soon so check back to catch it. Here’s a link to her latest RTT entry if you did not already find it by browsing Emily’s Home Page: https://notthehardestpart.com/2014/11/18/the-first-night/

  31. […] way, that spells disaster for the weekly Remember the Time Blog Hop that Emily of The Waiting and I have been co-hosting for months now. Luckily, we have formed a […]

  32. […] of writer’s block. Thankfully, I ran into several bloggers who offer writing prompts. Emily’s Remember the Time Blog Hop, and Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers went a long way in pushing me forward as a writer. In […]

  33. […] first time I posted anything about my sister’s illness was in response to the Remember the Time Blog Hop initiated by fellow-blogger Emily, here. My first, gut response when I read the challenge was, […]

  34. […] my blogging social life was pretty dull. But now the two of us are partying every Thursday with our Remember the Time Blog Hop, and this place feels like a non-exclusive sorority […]

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