Monthly Archives: May 2017

Somewhere for the keys to call home

Do you have a counter top where everything lands? Purses, keys, the mail, items to be returned to others? I know you do.  We all do and mine is in the kitchen.  It’s the keys that drive me a little … Continue reading

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21 Days of Life

The last 21 days have been a blur. You know how it is?  You plan and prepare. You think you know exactly how it will go and when it actually comes, it’s like a hurricane. You have everything ready but … Continue reading

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What was once a work cabinetĀ 

I originally posted about this flat file cabinet here. The E-One Treasure This cabinet was ugly and rusty. Ok. That’s not nice.  I often feel ugly and after working too hard the day before, I feel a little rusty too. She’s … Continue reading

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The laundry room deserves love too

The old house has always been designed for the people who will live here next. No we are not moving.  However, when the time comes for Steve and I to live in the old house alone, I’m not sure what … Continue reading

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For Others

A few years ago, before the old house was even a thought, I started a little business. I would travel the town on any given Friday and/or Saturday morning and find treasures. So called treasures to most would be junk … Continue reading

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A Brand New Memory

If I say “Granola” you know what that means right? All Natural. All Organic. No Preservatives. You get it? Courtney Dawn Kern Wissinger = Granola It’s not a derogatory term. It’s not meant to be degrading. It’s just fact. She’s … Continue reading

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Starting a new normalĀ 

Becky and I attended a funeral last week. The funeral was for the Father of our sweet friend Debbie and the Grandfather of our friends Robby and Becky.  We had never met Mr. McLaughlin.  You don’t go to funerals for … Continue reading

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