I cook, I sew, my beloved and I run our business from home. After more than 30 years of marriage, life is just about perfect. This is our corner of the world.
Back when people took pride in making a fine item instead of seeing what a cheap piece of schlock they can produce for the highest price.
What Sue said. ;)And after my previous comment, it won't surprise you to know that I am especially fond of wooden (or bamboo) cutting boards.
That's awesome! I really wish I had some of my Nana's items...
I'm sorry Marjie, the first thing that comes to mind is a paddle for spanking. Oh my, I could probably do time just for thinking such thoughts, lol...I'm sure your grandmother didn't use it for that reason. It's nice to have a remembrance.Thanks for sharing...
They make nothing to last nowadays. I still have a warm jacket of my brothers that I love, and still wear, that he bought in the late 1950s!! Have a good day Diane
It's cute too! It's nice to have a piece of your grandmother with you in the kitchen.
Yes, they don't make wqood like they used to...
Howdy Marjie, it certainly wasn't a 'throw away' society back then. What a lovely reminder of your Grandmother. No worries, and love, Carol
I love it!
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