For my kids, and now grandkids, I miss Saturdays. Saturday used to be kid's day . . . there was Mother's Day once a year, Father's Day once a year, etc, but every Saturday was kid's day. Kids still get off school, but it simply isn't the same. In the 60s there were only 3 tv networks and the only time you saw any cartoons was Saturday morning - Saturday morning was kid's tv time, nothing but cartoons.
And the biggest treat of all, Saturday matinées - I don't mean movies that simply were shown Saturday afternoon, these were different movies than that theater showed at night, to adults. Saturday matinée movies were movies that were made specifically for kids . . . at night the theater might play "I'll Cry Tomorrow" or Richard Burton or Deborah Kerr, etc - but Saturday afternoon it was all about Dracula and Godzilla and robots and Hercules and Jerry Lewis and time machines, etc, etc . . .
I wish my kids could have and my grandkids could have those Saturdays that I enjoyed so much.