Almost at an end...

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It's amazing to think that the year is ending within two days; I do look forward to 2011 -- during this year I will celebrate my 20th wedding anniversary, my son will begin high school...and who knows what other wonderful things will come?

We went grocery shopping and ran errands yesterday, so we're prepared for an oncoming storm which I am hoping will dump a lot of snow on the ground!  It sounds so cozy to be holed up inside with my husband and son, to ring out the old year and welcome the new one.  Believe me I have plenty of projects to work on if that happens!
Here's the latest of my sponsored articles: Great TV for antique and vintage treasure hunters.  Feel free to comment on the articles, even if you're not local.  I would love to hear what TV shows you've seen and liked on the subject matter!

The sun is shining now, but who knows for how long?  I'm going to take advantage of it by photographing some of my thrifty finds so I can start the new year out with lots of fun stuff to share!


Anonymous said…
Love your article and still wondering why you are not writing for a major newspaper.

We LOVE the Antiques Road Show here. (Cha-ching!)
Marion said…
That's a really fabulous article.

I wanted to tell you I got my McCoy package today. I was THRILLED with it and the little honey pot is just adorable. I've already used some of the ephemera. I just told my husband yesterday that I wanted to go flea marketing to find me some more buttons and voila!, you sent buttons. I appreciate your thoughtful package and card. It made my day and I have my McCoy pot displayed in my china cabinet. I'll post a pic on the Etsy feedback page tomorrow. Blessings!
sylviesgarden said…
Hi Laurie, I hope that the storm is not too bad for you. Wishing you a Happy New Year and all the best for 2011.
Pretty Things said…
That table looks like it has a lot of cool finds!

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