.....from our visit to the thrift shop.
I like angels, but this angel has a way frightening face! You can see from the background that the shop had a big variety of stuff to sort through. Even some quilts high up on the shelf.
This apron was from the era when every house wife wore an apron.....this was a typical look.
I became all nostalgic when I spied this item high up on a shelf. We used something like this to supply water to baby chicks when they first arrived on our farm. It was an exciting time for me as a child, because I loved the little fluff of feathers that peeped! They would arrive early in the spring when the nights were still cold, so we had a heat lamp for them to snuggle under.
I admired the carving on the back of this shelf.
Greenery arranged on a garden rake.
The kind of cat my husband would approve of. I grew up with cats, and I love them. Chad and Abbie have two cats which are loving fur balls!
I have these two groups of fat quarters to give a way today to the first two people that email me with their name and address.
"Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination a non-essentials." -Lin Yutang