Enjoying my current view from my chaise as I get a few minutes of rest before getting ready for work tonight. .
Every piece in this photo has a story. It's family. As I am trying to declutter and clean out unneeded, unused items from my home and life, I hit a crossroad. How does one let go of items that hold a sentimental place in their . .
The flag we found one day years ago on the side of the road. U-turn made and a wall hanging it became. .
I inherited the blue mason jars from my dad; I love blue masons. Using 4 to hold diabetic supplies.
Crochet doilies my grandma's hooked. Dating back to possibly the 1930s.
Big books are early 1900s dictionaries I used myself when I was in school. Inherited from my dad. Others are vintage and worn Readers Digest. My dad's Airman Handbook from his Air Force days. .
Banjo dates back to my great grandfather. .
Glass jar was also my grandpa's. .
Framed doilies are a few of my favorites my grandmas made. .
Bowls came from my mom. .
Old white metal bucket was my grandma's she held clothespins in.
Button tin holds old black and whites I inherited from my dad of our ancestors. Dating back to the beginning of cameras. .
Bookcase was my grandma's and I grew up just loving it and dreaming of owning it one day. .
I have thought of painting the bookcase but I'm so torn. Would you? .
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