I found a new motto....
"...I learned that no matter how bad a day I was having at the office, I was not working on the evisceration line at a poultry plant..."
Run, don't doddle, over to Oodles and Oodles and join me in drooling over her lovelies...
Vintage Pyrex.... √;
Jadite bowls..... √;
Green McCoy flower pots.... √;
White wicker and painted vintage AND home-sewn pillows on her front porch.... √;
30's fabrics on the back of a vintage doll quilt... √;
a Hoosier cabinet!! (she has a Hoosier too!) .... √;
Aprons, Vintage Cmas ornaments and Red/White kitchenware ... √.
I'm not done looking myself, but after reading that line about the eviscerating turkeys, I knew I had to pop on over and tell you all about her blog.
(It was either that and take a breather or hyperventilate and faint over the Czech/Slovak/American Lutheran Church Cookbook! I'm feeling faint again just thinking about it... )
Between finding new blogs on vintage finds and watching the latest episode of American Pickers, I'm having thrift/vintage withdrawals. My BFF (& partner-in-crime) is AWOL after Saturday, so I'm going to have to round up another
Why are you still here.... go read "Oodles and Oodles"... Go! Go! ....
** "When you buy a piece of vintage clothing you're not just buying the fabric and thread - you're buying a piece of someone's past."
— Isabel Wolff (A Vintage Affair)