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A Guest Post


I’ve always had the utmost respect for nurses. They are some of the most dedicated and hard working people I know, so I was super excited when my friend Sandy offered to do a guest post for me on my blog. Hi, my name is Nurse Sandy. Pam asked me to write a blog post…

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Vintage Blue Glassware


Since the day I moved into this house I have wanted to do something decorative with this windowsill above the bathtub. Our cat Otis used to sit in this window, so I never put anything in it before now. But he’s getting older and hasn’t jumped in this window for quite a while, so I…

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A Flock Of Turkeys


When I pulled out some of my Thanksgiving decor today I noticed that I have a thing for turkeys. Really, what says Thanksgiving more than a turkey? Besides a pilgrim or cornucopia (got those too). Today I thought I’d show you some of my white turkeys. These are vintage candle holders and a matching planter….

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My Vintage Toys


For Colorado Lady’s Vintage Thingie Thursday I am going to show you my toy chest from when I was a kid. Actually it was probably my older siblings’ toy chest, but I claim it now. There’s got to be some benefit to being the youngest. It is made out of cardboard with a metal top…

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My Vintage Diving Horse Postcard


I thought I’d share a childhood vacation memory with you today. I recently framed a couple postcards that show some places where my family vacationed when I was little. My favorite depicts the diving horse at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City. Now I would have visited in the 1960’s, but 60’s postcards aren’t as…

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Grandma’s Corner Cabinet


A few days ago I showed you the new plates hanging on the wall in my dining room. Today I thought I’d show you the rest of the room. The table was bought from a local antique store. It has two leaves that we put in at different times of the year. It was very…

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Pitcher Collection


I have a small collection of pitchers that I wanted to show you. It all started with a pitcher that was originally my grandmother’s. It is a Fiestaware disk juice pitcher in Harlequin Yellow. This pitcher was a gift from my sister who found it at an antique store. It is a Fiestaware disk water…

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One of My Favorite Things


A few year’s before my Mom died, she gave me this bank that she had had as a child in the 1920’s. It is a globe with the slot to put money into on the top. There is no maker’s mark on the bottom. It is fairly heavy and thick, so more of a pottery…

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