Saturday, October 22, 2011

And another thing…

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This was a sign I saw and liked in a shop in Leavenworth.  I didn’t buy it probably because it was too much money and I am trying to train myself that I don’t have to buy everything I like (I’m not there yet.)  But I really liked it.

Please don’t copy it and sell it, etc.,because of copyright laws.  I don’t want to be responsible for you falling off the straight and narrow path.  While you are thinking these beautiful thoughts.

Here is something else I was attracted to, but it was nailed down so I couldn’t bring it home either: 11-08-09-13-38-46H 11-08-09-13-39-01H 11-08-09-13-39-20H Yes, it is a darling mailbox.  The detail is quite astonishing.  It even has a ‘flag’ you pull down for outgoing mail. The grill pulls down for the mail deposit.  Apparently the folks up here in the country haven’t heard about the horrible fad  kids have of hitting mailboxes with baseball bats.  Or maybe they take it in at night.  It is a work of art.  11-08-09-13-41-29D

5 comments:

Hi, I'm Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Yes, I can see why that mailbox semi captured your heart. :)

Koosje Koene said...

That mailbox is awesome. And the feel good sign is great... you could make one of your own, with ecerything you love on it. It will be better AND you don't need to pay for it :)

kristen said...

Yes Holly that sign is great but you can do one that is personalized for you! Also the mailbox is great :) thanks for sharing your 'finds'! xokp

debianne said...

I can't let my grandson see that mailbox!!! He'll have me buying him one ASAP! LOL
I'm with Koosje...you could so paint yourself one!

Anneliese said...

I'm trying too ... I don't have to buy everything I like. I do like Leavenworth ... we have enjoyed stopping in there a number of times.
I hopeyou can wow your husband tonite. The scones can definitely be made on a regular pizza pan. I have done that.
Thanks for stopping by.

I had to smile at the first commentors name... I can see why she would not have wanted to let go of her maiden name... am I correct?