Three darling little plates, one pitcher, two cups, and a small cream pitcher.
Found them all at a yard sale.
The lady told me that they once belonged to her grandmother, and she was torn about selling them, but she really didn't have room to display them, or store them anymore.
I'm not certain if they are truly Depression glass, or if they are reproductions... either way, they are so darling. And, the price was right.
I just had to buy them.
Love the red color, and even though, we will probably never have enough eggs to fill it, we are certainly going to put it out in the coop and enjoy it!
Old milk bottles.
Another yard sale find.
As were the ceramic eggs, and the cheese tin.
Spencer made this for me, quite a few years ago.
It needed a paint job, and then he will get it installed on the pole, and placed in the flower bed.
I am painting it golden yellow, with a brick red roof.
I wonder if butterflies like yellow and red.
old cupboard door project.
I just wanted to make a 'Welcome" sign to hang on the porch.
I made it so that I can change out the little wreath to match the season.
Jack O' Lantern.
Little ceramic pumpkin pot.
He was a yard sale find too.
He has such a quizzical expression on his face.
I'm not certain.
But, he's cute!
I am getting a lot of my project and organization list done.
Slowly, but surely.
I have taken time out for fun.
Yard sales. Shopping trips. Rides in the mountains.
Balancing out the work with the fun.
Attitude of gratitude:
~I'm grateful for a gardening friend gifting me with dozens of chive plants.
We will plant them under our apple trees. It is said that they will keep deer away. So far, we have found that it works really well.
~I'm grateful for an up-coming luncheon with some women friends . Old friends and new friends.
~I'm grateful my rice bags... yep... they help me feel pretty toasty on these cold mornings. I think it may be time to take the cooler out, and store it until next summer.