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July 18, 2010

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Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

You sure went to alot of trouble to set that pretty table, so I guess I better come for dinner. Just don't accidentally pour me a cup of tea out of that grease pot!
I guess I've been living under a rock. I had no idea there was such a thing as pink Fire King. My world is no longer the same!

Sarah

I cannot find a single thing to buy here the ENTIRE summer and yet look at all that crap you find to buy!

That's it. I am moving in. Will be there in 3 days.

marykayandrews

It's official. I'm hooked on your blog. I check it multiple times every day, hoping for a peek at your latest loot. How 'bout I come up there and junk with you for a while?

Gina at Vintage Junk in My Trunk

I absolutely love those pink dishes and the pretty flowery glasses. Really, what do you need food for when you have all that vintage yumminess?

Shelley Germann

So, so pretty Barbara. I am truly amazed how you find such good stuff. Puts mine to shame! I can live with that, as long as you keep sharing! At least I can dream.

The sweet peas are so lovely! I bought some seeds this year and didn't get around to planting them. Shocking, I know. I don't think our summer heat would bode well for them. Your summer climate is probably better.

Linda @ A La Carte

Food? I am too busy drooling over those pink plates and that tablecloth and those glasses. Ok now where are they going?? Road Trip!

Cindy (Junque Art)

Oooo I love your finds and I would come to dinner even without the food!!! Love those pink plates!

Kathy

Oh my goodness, think about how good a big fat juicy piece of golden fried chicken would look on one of those lovely pink plates with a side of mac n' cheese, with a homemade biscuit and gravy...I could faint...Then I would need to have a big glass of sweet iced tea from one of those perfect pink glasses...my mouth is watering ...also we must be very careful to not get any food on that beautiful tablecloth..Thanks for the wonderful blog, I love it!

Into Vintage

Oh good grief -- that little teapot grease thing! Seriously. Cuter than a unicorn.

Nanette

Your stuff is great! Fantastic. Keep it all. (or give it to me)

Lavender Dreams

I'll bring a doll...I LOVE that sweet highchair! Wish I could shop at your store! ♥

Sherrie

I want it all. I guess I have to start going to auctions. Now that my shop is open, it is time to do some major shopping for the shop. By the way, I just posted the photos today of the shop's opening. Yes Hard work, but so much fun.

Janelle

Well, that is such a delightful place setting, it doesn't even need food! And that little grease pot is so cute!

two crazy crafters

Well, Barbara, you've gone and done it. You've made me mad. I am absolutely in a crazed frenzy trying to find pink Fire King and I visit you and what do I see! Oh, look what I found, you say! I am green with envy. And if that Pink Swirl was not bad enough, that table cloth is eatting away at me! I almost cried when I saw the pink wicker high chair. Why do you do this to me? Why can't I live in your area so I could shop in your booth? Life isn't fair sometimes. Thanks for the beautiful post. I really did love seeing everything. Twyla

mary

Funny story! Great finds! Good pictures! You crack me up! :D

Brenda Kula

I've never seen a napkin holder like that. How awesomely cute!
Brenda

Julie

I have that punch bowl. It was mine when I was a child and I saved it. I still Love it. Great finds!

Lisa

Okay, tell me you are selling those pink plates. To me please. They are so lovely. I have never seen them before. What a great find!

XO,

Lisa

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