I do love that photo! I can see why you could get carried away. Sorry about that stress though. I've heard you can avoid stress and I've always wondered how. Hide? Quit work? Stop talking to everyone? If you find out let me know. I have some to avoid too :-)
You are too funny~!!!! Sorry about all the stress though. It's hard to get away from it...I know. I say "more sewing therapy...less work!" :-)
go yard sale-ing, then bring them home - he'll think you spent quarters on them instead of dollars, LOL :)
LOL I like the way Karin thinks!! ;-) Sorry you've been so stressed. Hope you can relax soon!
That is how I got my Featherweight, and I sweated bullets until it came, so afraid that I had bought junk. Lucky me, she is a beauty and runs perfectly, but I will never put in a bid that high again.
Oh I love that photo- it makes me want to paint our kitchen walls..... and buy pie tins... oh no... Thanks for sharing! Your story made me smile :-)
That is so funny! I'm like that at thrift shops and garage sales. (I haven't been to one in ages because of it!) I come home with more stuff that I'll have to either donate later to that same thrift shop or try to sell in a garage sale! When I buy the stuff, I have so many plans for them all!
Love the pie tins! (you WILL make a wall if you have to!!) I already have my Mr.Linky and CAN NOT wait to get the first BOM!!
Love the pie tin wall!! Ebay is such a fun place.Sorry to hear you are stressed, I hear chocolate helps.
It really could be worse. That's one of my mantas.You could be buying glass eyes. Just imagine a bowl of those on your coffee table. What a conversation starter.Take care...
I LOVE that wall, and I know that you will FIND the space for those pie tins. And girlfriend, you'd be surprised how many people buy those...they are pretty darn collectable, especially the Blue Bird Pie ones! And I agree with Karin up there....what a great idea. And I am so sorry for your stress...keeping you in my thoughts and prayers!Love ya,Cyndi
Sorry about all the stress...I don't have that anymore because I got laid off 2 years ago...don't worry it was a good thing...for me anyway!
lol, that's a great photo. Maybe you can make room for a wall like that!? Hope your stress eases soon.
I know exactly how easy it is to get carried away. I did similar damage myself a few years ago. I saw a photo in a magazine of white milk glass plates displayed on a wall, had to replicate in my hallway, UPS and USPS were delivering every few days until I had my plates!
Oh, how funny. I showed a picture on my blog a couple years ago of a shed all covered with items used for washing clothes. You can see it here.http://karen-logcabinquilter.blogspot.com/2008/08/vacation-is-over.htmlSomeone had fun collecting the items.
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