Hi there,Just wanted to let you know that i've awarded you a Liebster Award - an award given by bloggers to bloggers whose blog has less than 200 followers. I love you blog and you can read all about that here: http://thriftshopperforpeace.wordpress.com/2012/04/21/sharing-the-love/
<---Do you recognize me? Love the blog and your art, you two! <3
Hi Chris and Julie! My boys gave my husband the beautiful watercolor painting by Myron Clark for Father's Day. Myron is my husband's great grandfather. He was absolutely thrilled and very surprised. It meant a lot for him to add this to the family collection. Many of his siblings own paintings by Myron and my son has the inherited gift. He's an amazing artist. I can't thank you enough for selling me this incredible treasure. Many of Myron's paintings are in a museum in Salem. We hope to one day make the trip to view them. Thanks again....you two are the best.Renee
Hello there!I've been looking for a blog button on your blog relating to your Nifty Thrifty link-up but couldn't find any. Let me know if you have one that I could feature in my blog side bar (to show where I link up to regularly). In the meantime I hope you don't mind if I borrow your 'about' pic to feature :)Aniko from Idle Needleidleneedle.blogspot.fiPS. HAPPY NEW YEAR to both of you!
Hi Aniko! I've been thinking for awhile that we totally need to design a little blog button... I will try to get that done as soon as I can!Happy New Year to you, too!!
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I have to tell you that I used to have the love Alpine dinnerware set. I started collecting it as soon as I was engaged in December 1963 and had a fair sized set when I married in June 1964. The dinnerware was a premium given away at Kroger grocery stores at that time. A dinner plate was about 50cents with the purchase of $10 in groceries. I don't have the dishes any more (or the husband), but I enjoy finding and buying a few pieces at thrift stores and estates sales. Enjoy your dishes. They are beautiful and certainly true artifacts from the early 60's.Mary Alice in Birmingham, AL