I imagine you will put in something special one day and leave it somewhere waiting for somebody found it.Jul
Lovely rubber stamps, I saw them and though "I must go to Rait Antiques Village soon" and then I read your comment over at mine about living in Dundee and Rait! I went to Art College in Dundee for 4 years and I used to LOVE going to Rait to hunt out treasures. I'm not sure if they had converted the barns when you lived there but that's what it's like now, about 4 buildings full of treasures!
Ooh, I love old rubber type. I have two sets myself and love to just look at them. :)
once again you have blown me away with you photo taking skills!
Those are lovely. Makes me wish I had some of my own (or that I had taken the photo). They would come in handy on occasion for page design at the P-I.How do you find time to write and post all this stuff? :-) Miss you!
Beautiful, beautiful photo. You are so talented.a.
Thank you everyone, as I told Andrea, it is really the object and me taking some many photos that at least three will turn out okay.Juliette: That is such a lovely thought, one that I have had. Cally - That is so outrageous. It has been so many years ago I don't remember antique stores. I know my dog would run around to the other houses out in the country and rip open those little triangular milk cartons and we were not very well-liked at first because of it. We lived there during those electrical brown-outs and it would be so dark and creaky there. You could just feel spirits floating through the house!
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