Look what I found last night at my little thrift store! A 1958 muslin calendar! Wow, 50 years old! I was born in 1956, but 1958 was the year that my parents bought the dairy farm where I spent my growing up years and still visit each summer! How sweet are the four season farm scenes! And the colors are still so vivid. What a rare find! (and 99 cents!) Should I frame it? Should I slip a dowel through the top casing and hang it up? Mmmm...
I continue to be delighted each time I uncover more unique, hand-made linens at my little thrift store. Wherever do they come from?! Who cares... I know where they're going! And I rarely ever spend more than 99 cents for each piece.
Certain colors are 99 cents every Wednesday, and with Randy staying late because of worship rehearsal, that has become a nice little pit stop on my way home from work. Ok, so it's only a mile from my home, but regardless, a much needed respite from my 35 minute drive home. And they always have some very unique baby clothes... and well, I got me a granddaughter I've got to look out for now!
Emolyn is still doing so well. She will be a week old tomorrow and I can hardly wait to see her again!