So it began once again with my head in a box at the flea market.
I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, because in my experience, that hinders the possibibilities.
It just has to come to you.
If you have flea marketing in your soul, you know what I mean.
I found 13 pieces of Blue Danube for our daughter who lives in Dallas for the grand price of $12.00.
She collects Blue Danube china, milk glass, black amethyst glass, jadeite, and Franciscan Gold Renaissance china.
In other news, even though I like to keep my planning options open (sometimes the back of an envelope
works just fine), I LOVE this simple monthly calendar.
I buy a new one every January , and I have for about 12 years.
What makes it so special? It is hard bound, it is red, and it reminds me of an old school teacher’s gradebook-
which I used for many years.
And in the spirit of school supplies, of which I am a great fan, here is the best all-time note pad .
Why? It has a hard backing, it is wide ruled, it has a spiral top, and it is at Target for $2.29.
And finally, can we take a moment to think about bloggers who edify others?
There are legions of them.
They are out there, only known to us by their kind, encouraging comments at the end of our blog posts.
I am constantly humbled by their generosity.
Aren’t they wonderful?