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Thrift Store Treasure, Or Is It Trash?

One of My Favorite Finds Have you ever been in a thrift shop and had a moment where you see just the thing you know you need but you never knew you needed before? I had such a moment with my orange chair. I was browsing the bargain tent at a local thrift store and all furniture in the tent was $5. I snagged this vinyl (Or is it leather? Who knows?) chair for five bucks. Before I purchased the chair, I did consult with my teenager who was shopping with me. He gave me a big “no” vote on […]

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Follow Friday Blog Hop

It’s Follow Friday!(Otherwise known as T2Tff) Link parties and blog hops are all over the place, but it’s such a fun way to see everyone’s ideas. My blog is only a month old, so I’m still building followers, but I thought it would still be fun to start right away with my Follow Friday blog hops. And I’ve had lots of blog visitors in the past few weeks. A big thanks to all my readers! What is Follow Friday? It’s your day to share your favorite sites to follow. It could be your own. Or it could be someone else’s. […]

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What to Do with Enamelware?

Enamelware-More than Just Cookware   I love enamelware! Most of mine I’ve picked up from garage sales or from family members who were parting with pieces. I use mine for decoration, not for cooking. Here are a few examples of how I’ve used enamelware. The white pot on the counter top is perfect for hiding cell phone chargers and other clutter. If you’re wondering what the cheese grater is for, see my post about Cheese Grater Luminaries. My mother-in-law had a box of enamelware lids in her basement when we cleaned it out. No pots, just lids. I’ve used some […]

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Making Time to Remember

Making Time to Remember I remember fondly the days when my grandmother would let us set up elaborate tent kingdoms in her living room using card tables, chairs, and every quilt we could find. Then she’d get down on her hands and knees and play in our blanket houses with us. Sometimes, she’d take us camping for real in a little pop-up tent trailer and she’d sleep on a miserable lawn recliner in the middle of the camper while the cousins and I shared the beds. I have pictures of my grandmother riding my bike and sitting on my brother’s […]

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