Thrifted. Updates. Randoms.

 A wooden box with a $15 pricetag from home goods.  Two books.  A vintage plate.  An array of stamps (pic below).  Mittens. A brand new geography card game. A vintage canning jar.  $8.00

Seriously, aren't these fab?!
 And then another round. 
 A pop up book, a pattern, a vintage picture, two puzzles, United States Bingo and vintage Poker chips. $6.50.

Someone carried that picture around. He's going to have oxen like that someday, you know.

And these poker chips. Aren't they fab?!
 Something simple with mini baskets= a good hour of play.
2) Updates.

I'm trying to see if I can go *just one more* day before going to the grocery store.  It's a sport, it really is.  If you read my post yesterday, you can see I have plenty stored that I really wouldn't need to go for a month. 

My husband has been working waaaay more than either of us want him to.  He likes when I thank him with chocolate chip cookies.

It's been nearly 2 1/2 weeks of having baby girl attached to me because of her teeth.  I can't say I mind one bit.

Sweet girl is growing, such that she is fitting into the clothes her brother remembers wearing.  It's hard giving your favorites to your sister. (Remember him in that turtle coat?)

Toilet paper rolls make excellent circles when one dips into paint.  We've been painting a lot around these parts.

The sewing machine has been very busy around here.  You will see soon!

3) Randoms

And here's some random pictures that follow along with the narrative I just wrote above.


  1. Oh I would love to go thrifting with you. Cookies yes indeed I could go for one of them right now:) Hug B

  2. My goodness you find the good stuff! And those cookies look delicious. :) Love the picture you were able to purchase - it's beautiful!!

  3. I can imagine that Adrian is walking right inside that picture with his imagination. How endearing. You must be stacking up a lovely set of transfer ware dishes. Such good thrifted finds!

  4. Great photos and FABULOUS finds. Those stamps are awesome!

  5. Wow, so many possibilities for those goodies!
    Not sure if you've tried it, but the Hyland's teething tablets were the only thing that gave my boy relief. He got his first teeth at 4 1/2 months and they came quickly and often after that. It's homeopathic and can be found in most drug stores.
    You must have nonstop fun at your house!

  6. Rumble in the Jungle is one of my fave books! I read it to all my classes (elementary librarian here) to teach them different rhythms in poetry, great book!



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