He are my wife's grandparents at our wedding in 2005.
1. Cooking from scratch. Not following a recipe, but actually improvising with food.
2. Sewing. Also crocheting, quilting, darning, needlepoint, and all that related stuff. If we have holes in our socks, we throw them away. Your grandparents actually sat down and fixed them.
3. Canning. A couple people do it now if they're really into home gardening. But fifty years ago, just about everybody did it.
4. Ironing. It used to be that you would iron everything off the clothesline.
5. Meeting people in person . . . by TALKING. A lot of us meet new people online nowadays. When we're out in public, face to face with real people, we IGNORE them . . . so we can stay online instead.
6. Haggling. Before everything was sold in chain superstores, people used to haggle a lot. Now you never even get to try.
7. Writing letters. Your grandparents used to write beautiful letters all the time, with pen and paper, and mail them in envelopes. T