I've just been having a delightful time now once again having terrible luck with uploading new pictures to my computer. Bottom line " I Hate Windows 10". I never had this problem before; but it's been ongoing for two years now so since I've spent the last two hours trying to get my pictures with little to no progress I will just go with what I have.
The picture above is a huge dough bowl that I was fortunate to find this summer at the 301 endless yard sale. I really enjoy that sale; we spend two days traveling from one end on NC to the other shopping and looking and discovering so many new things. This dough bowl is four feet long; my plan is to fill it with autumn gourds, flowers and pumpkins. I remember these being used when I was a child. The women would cook large meals for the family and farm workers and these dough bowls could make a lot of biscuits.
Another great find at a different sale was a group of stained glass windows from an old local church that had been torn down many years ago. This isn't a good picture but it's the best windows 10 would let me load.
Finally I was able to down load a couple of pictures of my latest treasure. I've always wanted an old Hoosier Cabinet and here she is. She's in her temporary space in this picture and I've since done some decorating but haven't been able to get those pictures. I learned to cook standing beside my granny in front of one like this.
And finally I want to post this amazing gift. Many years ago my stepfather ran for city council. I can't remember the year but it would have been in the 60's. When mother's house flooded during Floyd so many years ago almost all of our pictures were destroyed. A few weeks ago a dear friend stopped by my work place at lunch time. He owns and operates The Hot Dog Stand, another local landmark and also owns the building that used to be my dad's Barber Shop. He found this poster and brought it to me and I can never say how happy it made me.