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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Update! December

Wow it has been awhile since I last updated! I plan on trying to stay on top of the blog with new items posted every Friday.  Here is the latest in the shop right now and if you have any questions about them please call Frank @ 202/8336.  
Small Wooden Side Table - $65.00


Wooden Side Table $55.00


Antique Fainting Couch.  The color is a pain green. - $750.00




Vintage Bar/Counter $1,550.00

Vintage Parlor Table - $95


Vintage Parlor Table - $95




Secretary Shelf/Desk - $125


Vintage Shelf - $48

Small Wooden Dresser - Painted - $85


Vintage Half Round Hall Table - $65


Small Blue Wooden Chest - $65


Vintage China Cabinet - $295


Small Side Table - $65


Side Table - $65

Dark Oak Corner Hutch - $350





8 Gallon Crock - $75



Solid Wood Round Coffee Table 

1950s Table - Red - $295


Solid Wood Buffet - $295


Off White Wooden Desk - $85

Solid Wood Kitchen Table - $95

Antique Fainting Couch - $99.00

Off White Wooden Shelf $40

This is a beautiful sign made from a vintage door - $195
Thanks for stopping by!
Jamie 

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Happy New Year!

One of my New Year's tradition is buying a planner and writing supplies.  I have been doing it for the past few years and love it.  The new year gives me a perfect time to set goals and reflect on the last 365 days.  There is just something about the new year that presents a clean slate.  I have made resolutions in the past, but this year I have three simple philosophies or mantras.  

  1. Every day counts - Time with family, working out, eating healthy, drinking enough water, connecting with friends......
  2. Does it bring me joy? - If it doesn't bring me joy, and it is within my control it isn't happening this year. This applies to materials items, personal experiences, how I manage my time and really everything. 
  3. Try/do new things
That's it! I do have a few smaller personal goals, but they all fit within these areas or philosophies. 

That being said here is my planner and writing supplies along with a mug that does in fact bring me joy.  



I also thought it would be great fun this year to complete a "Wreck This Journal".  I will keep you posted on how it goes.

Happy New Year!
2016



Saturday, December 26, 2015

Inspiration

The past few months I have been finding inspiration all around me.  I decided this next year is the year I am going to pick up my camera and use it every day.  I love documenting everyday life and things that I find interesting.  

This past year has been full of changes... BIG changes.  When things get tough it is amazing to have a wonderful family that bends over backwards for you and is beyond generous.  My little family is blessed to have all of you in our lives.  Just wanted to give that little shout out. 

These dishes were a very thoughtful gift, and it makes me teary just thinking about them.  They are beautiful and I wanted to show them off a bit on my blog!  Thank you so MUCH to my brother and sister-in-law for them. 
Jamie


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