Wednesday, December 12, 2012

 My blog has been neglected while I decorate and get ready for Christmas.  While at the flea market here....just a small one but it often yields little treasures like this vintage lamp.  Is the lampshade made of what they call celluloid? or something like that? ($8.00, by the way) The base surprised hubby with a small night light bulb in it, but which complicated the re-wiring.  I am waiting for it to come home from a friend who promised to re-wire it.


 The cord is so frayed the whole outer fabric is .....kaput...gone!

 Aren't snowmen cute!  My Mom and I made these some years back.  A happy memory....


 At a recent fundraiser for our library,  my husband spotted these 'Happy Hollisters' for sale.   I was excited!  Our grandsons will enjoy these and they are hard to find.


Another trip back to the fill a bag for $10.00 and we came home with a bag of mostly 'Bobbsey Twin' books.  Gratitude fills my heart.  And of course I am reading one.  =) 'The Bobbsey Twins in the Mystery Cave' and it is very interesting....good wholesome reading.  And I downloaded my library's online 'overdrive'  and am listening to a audio book by a historian about Abigail Adams, wife of the 2nd President of the United States.  Very nice...wish I'd starting using their free downloading service sooner!

I know everyone is busy getting ready for Christmas...warmest wishes for a 'Merry Christmas'!   Hallelujah, What a Saviour!!!

4 comments:

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

What wonderful books! I have just finished reading the whole series of Little House on the Prarie and enjoyed so very much.
Lovely little lamp too. Warm Christmas happiness to you and yours
xx
julie

Lorraine said...

Very cute snowmen and sweet lamp!

Chatty Crone said...

I love those snowmen - how did you make them? sandie

Carla said...

Thank you for the Birthday wishes!
I enjoy your blog so much.
I will be taking a Christmas break from blogging starting this weekend. I need time for other things and family...so a little time off.
Thank you for the support.
:)