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November 25, 2013


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Musings from Kim K.

There's something very magical about snow for Thanksgiving. Enjoy this week. Bring on the Christmas decorating!! Your tulle snowmen are fabulous!

Melissa's Antiques

I get to Thanksgivings this year, so I must be a lucky girl. I can't wait for the FOOD and I suppose the families, too. :)

Linda @ A La Carte

Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving! I am in love with the spun head flower thingys!!

laurie magpie ethel

How fun go get some of the white stuff! I am still mostly seeing shudder worthy on our thrift store shelves..you got lucky!


What a wonderful week - fluffy snow and vintage treasures, it doesn't get much better!


Those spun cotton flower guys are delightful. Great find! Have a great Thanksgiving!

Shelley Germann

Funny that you mention another storm on the way. I asked hubby this morning where out east the storm would hit. He mentioned NY state and I thought of you. Hope you keep power and stay safe!

PS-Glad you having such a successful selling season!

vintage grey

Oh, how sweet are those candy canes and spun heads!! Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving! xo Heather


i work in a bakery so it's kind of hell week for me, but i do LOVE thanksgiving. my favorite holiday! i am envious of your snow-so pretty! we've had lots of rain and the tiniest dusting that lasted about an hour and a half...hope your thanksgiving is wonderful!

Lisa W.

Cute stuff PLUS Carson in the snow !! Thanks for that ! Happy Thanksgiving Barbara .

Gina @ VintageJunkinMyTrunk

I have been ogling those candy canes for days. Only I don't think just one would do; they seem to be a set. Which you can't break up, right? Hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving day.


Lovely Thanksgiving to you all. Hope the lil Oodles all made it home from school safe and sound.

I was so excited to find out our major resaler opened a "Christmas Boutique" in a strip mall near us. Unfortunately, upon arrival, I wished they had called it "Christmas Junk Shoppe", because truly....well.

Happy holidays! Your Advent wreath is so beautiful!

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