Whether you call it junkin’, antiquing, thrifting, picking, or yard saleing, it’s probably the memories that keep you collecting things of olde. Here you’ll discover junkin’ finds, historic places, home and garden ideas, recipes, and even a few rabbit trails.
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Welcome to the 57th History & Home link party, but first, let's talk photography. Ah, photography. It's something I've been interested in since I can remember. I tried to take a 101 class in college but it was so popular, I couldn't get in!
The last several years have been Read more [...]
I'm so honored to have been chosen as the Vintage Blog of the Week by Diana at Adirondack Girl @ Heart!
What a lovely surprise to receive coming off of my blogging break and vacation.
If you don't know Diana's blog, she's always showing wonderful vintage finds, passing Read more [...]
Guess who has gotten all official and now has business cards?
Don't they look great? I've been wanting to get some for this blog for quite a while, but kept procrastinating. Needless to say I was very excited when BuildASign contacted me about doing a product review for Read more [...]
Many years ago our family started the wonderful activity of camping. We began with a tent, a cook stove, and sleeping bags and had lots of fun together. But the hot South Carolina summers, and the fact that we're quite spoiled and accustomed to air conditioning, had me craving a camper! We upgraded Read more [...]
Hello, there! If you're receiving this in your email inbox I hope you'll click on the title and read this in it's entirety. There's a quick Q & A and then a cool vintage play-pretty to see, just so it's not all work and no play today!
Image credit: MorgueFile.com
Q: Where Read more [...]
Things have been mighty exciting in our backyard the past several days! Do you remember the Colonial Reproduction Bird Bottle I showed you recently? I'm excited to report that a bluebird couple has moved in! They've been very busy building a nest, chasing a male cardinal from a nearby feeder, and Read more [...]
Last week, my father-in-law finished his battle with cancer. Notice I said "finished", not "lost".
I can't remember exactly when I first heard it expressed that way. I think it was around the time my own father finished his battle with cancer, about seven years ago. I can't help but think it's Read more [...]
Welcome to the History and Home link party, week 28, where bloggers can share their articles on home decor and DIY, history, antiques, and vintage, and readers can just relax and enjoy.
If I were ever to host a show on HGTV, they'd have to call it Redecorating Addict, because I can't leave things Read more [...]
Sometimes, we just need to get back to the basics. There's a lot of good help out there for advanced digital camera users, from books to entire websites. But when I sat down to write an article on photography tips for Parade, I thought about the folks who don't care to be photography aficionados, Read more [...]