Even More Treasures From Another Land

Last week was a long week. I’m not going to lie…I couldn’t wait for the weekend to arrive. And then it did! Maybe others feel this way, but I love weekends spent in my home with my Princess and my Hero. I enjoy relaxing and moving things from one spot to another, or what I call “shopping the house”. Sometimes things take on a whole new perspective in a new location…and bring back happy memories of adventures in lands far away. I hope they make you smile as well.

From Japan…an antique Temple stick. I don’t know a lot about it but I love the color and the design.

An antique French Bottle drying tree…it was love at first sight!

A happy quintet of musicians from Poland.

A prized possession from England. This clock will always grace my home.

Our stylish and always in motion treasure after church always makes me smile.

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17 thoughts on “Even More Treasures From Another Land

  1. Your little princess is growing up. I always smile at the thought of that sweet child. Love seeing your pretty things. I like to stay home and move things about too.

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    1. Our sweet girl is looking forward to summer! It will be good to spend some time together before she starts Kindergarten in the Fall…so hard to believe.


  2. That french bottle drying tree is SO cool! We would love for you to consider joining us at our To Grandma’s House we go link party – it starts every week on Wednesday and every share gets pinned, thanks!

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