Friday, December 4, 2009

Germany, fuzzy trees, and kettle corn



Hello everyone! I hope you have all been having a good first week of December, which is one of the best months. I have not been looking forward to the start of December for once though. Patrick is gone until December 12th (with no phone to use)!! He left just yesterday morning, but it already seems like that was days ago. He is playing a festival in GERMANY and then a show a few days later in LONDON. I am so very jealous that I am stuck here, I picture Germany to be amazing and Christmasty right now. But so so so excited, they have all really been wanting to go overseas, so maybe this will open up more opportunities. I have been staying with one of the other wives to not be so bored. The third lonely wife left behind will be joining in our fun as well throughout the week. My dinner tonight will be kettle corn, I think its only the right thing to do.

Onto the photos! Years and years ago I bought a big bag of old photos at an antique store, and they have just been lying around ever since. There are tons more, so I decided I should post some every once in awhile! It also helps that we just bought a printer/scanner. Quite a few of the photos are written on with dates ranging from '39-'44, but some of them appear to be a whole lot older. Looking through old photos has always been one of my favorite things. I also love when big old houses have the curtains open so you can see inside when you drive by, I think I am just extremely nosy.





P.S. I made some Christmas decorations to add to my shop!



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16 comments:

  1. I absolutely love the christmas trees! I have to have some!

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  2. I love your old photos, they are beautiful:)
    Olivia
    p.s. cute decorations!

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  3. i love old photos...how lovely...i tend to go through my moms quite often because she has so many...yay for christmas.

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  4. I looove old photos from antique shops or family! So beautiful!

    That is so good that you are staying with another wife! I hope the time away from your husband goes quickly!

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  5. Old photos are the best... even when you don't know who's in them. I love seeing how they dressed and did their hair back then :) Your blog is fantastic...

    I've nominated you over on my blog for a "Beautiful Blogger Award"

    http://thestitchylife.blogspot.com/2009/12/beautiful-blogger-award.html

    Cheers!!!

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  6. Hey, Kiddo, love your vintage-y Christmas trees!!!! Hope you girlies have a great time without the boys!!!

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  7. the photographs are gorgeous..love the trees too :)

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  8. Those pictures are astounding. They seem to hold so much mystery in them...

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  9. christmas trees are adorable! so simple and elegant, yet they don't lose their "festive-ness"

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  10. I fired up the ol' blogspot, mostly just to keep in touch with you! Woo hoo!

    My friend Chris found an old scrapbook of a High School Library club (they called themselves the Lib Labs) in a dumpster, which I inherited when he moved. There are tons of neat old pictures in it. I'll send you some.

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  11. thanks for the link to your etsy shop, the wooden necklace is so much cute :) i'm thinking about buying one.that would be christmas gift 594879493 for myself:D
    Germany is indeed very christmas-y at the momentm but i'm afraid all the pretty snow will thaw before christmas :(

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  12. christmas trees are adorable! so simple and elegant, yet they don't lose their "festive-ness"

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  13. Hey, Kiddo, love your vintage-y Christmas trees!!!! Hope you girlies have a great time without the boys!!!

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