Sometimes it’s the little things…
like pink roses picked from my mom’s flower garden sitting all pretty in a white ironstone pitcher
or her red roses sitting on the center of our breakfast table…
Maybe it’s a little thing such as this once bright shiny gold chandi that a friend lovingly gave to me because she knew “I could do something with it”
A small picture that I brought home from my recent trip to Louisiana is just a little reminder of how much I love my red headed family that lives there…
Last year’s lavender is displayed on our key rack as well as on an old scale that my mom recently bought me at an estate sale…
A vintage picnic basket sits ready and waiting for a sweet family picnic
Little things really can make me very happy.
Just got a phone call from a lady who has invited me to set up a table at a local Community Market on the courthouse square in Manchester, TN. I will be able to sell some handmade items as well as some of my quality upcycled pieces. Three hours every Saturday morning…I can’t wait!!
I am heavily involved in cleaning out and clearing out our home. I getting ready for a huge yardsale and the upcoming Community Market. A book by Tsh Oxenreider called Organized Simplicity is my best friend and favorite companion right now. Tsh and this book are helping me to determine what I should keep and what I should get rid of.
Is it beautiful?
Is it useful?
Those are the two main questions I am asking about everything right now.
If it’s not beautiful or useful, it’s leaving.
Isn’t that a great philosophy? I think so and it helps me tremendously.
Blessings friends!! Back to work…
Linking up over at Common Ground