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September 28, 2007


the feathered nest

That's wonderful, you can do lots of creative things with all those treasures.

Have a good weekend!


Sheryl from Michigan


What wonderful little family treasures. I love special keepsakes like that. Treasure them. Can't wait to see what you are planning to do with them.



Well arent you lucky to have all those treasures? I cannot wait to see what your going to turn them into. a labor of love I am sure. I love your site here, thanks for stopping by mine. Its nice to meet you!
Lisa- coastalnest


Wow! What a score!! And that they're from your family makes 'em even better, huh? Great blog Bristol. Thanks for stopping by mine, too!


Such wonderful memories and treasures. It will be a treat to see what becomes of them all.

Sweet Cottage Dreams

Hi Bristol ~~ So nice to meet you and thank you so much for leaving a sweet message for me wishing my dad well. I am so sorry to hear of the lose of your father. I am so fearful of this happening. How wonderful that you have some of his treasures and to know that those were the things in his life that he hung on to. Blessings, Becky


Hi Bristol, thanks for your kind comment on my blog. What lovely "gifts" from your father; I'm sure you will treasure them!

Love your site...was reading how much you love KY... I used to live there... but have since moved back to VA which is similar in a lot of ways including the countryside ... the memories I do have from there are the best..the people are so friendly and its such a gorgeous state to live in...

By the way I tried every which way but loose to find the EuroTrash site but was unable to bring up any kind of link...keeps saying it doesnt exist...

Have a great day... hope to see you again


Tina your cute kitchen! The dominoes of your Dad's..they are very collectable~ gather them up and show them off in an glass apothecary jar. You don't have to have a "big" jar..and no need to "fill" it to the top....just a pretty jar. Would look great somewhere in that b/w kitchen...

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