This is an antique
Now turned into a lazy Susan...
immediately drawn to it
for sentimental reasons.
|When I saw it, it immediately reminded me of the one that sat outside the spring house |
at my grandparents' farm. My sisters and I sharpened sticks, and pebbles, and anything else
we could think of on it! This one looks just like it.
Great old ledger page
from my friend Patti,
an antique print/document/ephemera dealer.
|Old yellowed ledger page from 1917.|
(and the baby boxwood in pots)
from Illinois antique dealer, Diane,
who is one of the best
vignette designers in the state.
She can take found objects and
create a scene
that dreams are made of.
Are you as shocked as I am
to find that versions of this game
date back to 206 BC???
|Rock. Paper. Scissors.|
I wanted to thank Jennifer
one more time
for featuring my home
in her monthly
I could not be more excited,
and honored, and flattered, and grateful.
Jennifer has hosted so many amazing homes
through the years. Please go visit her beautiful
home, and blog, and shop and website!
She is one talented woman and her talents
are limitless and fresh. Always an eye's
visual feast when stopping by there.
Please go see her
and tell her I sent you, won't you?