This isn't a romance, but I just can't resist posting this book:

I'm giving my age away, but I do remember the very first airing of IT'S THE GREAT PUMPKIN, CHARLIE BROWN. My sisters and I got to see it in Living Black and White. Gathering around our television--one with bunny ears--to watch this was a major family event. Thank goodness it was on CBS, (I think) because, where I lived we only received two stations: CBS and NBC. If my dad really worked with the bunny ears, we could get a fuzzy version of ABC, but only in the summertime and aluminum foil was involved.

It's hard to imagine kids today living without 150 stations, but I don't feel like I missed much. Do you?