Fast forward many years and she did grow up, become a Mommy, 3 times over, but she did not live in a camping out trailer and she DOES have antiques. I am glad you came by today and are going to visit her.(Yes, she is a coffee drinker, so we'll get coffee there too.) She and Michael built their house with the help of his Dad. If you saw the Country Sampler, Dec 2011, issue, you know that already. Over the years they have built on, redone, and redone again. If Deb can dream it, Michael can build it. Deb and I share so much. We belong to the same forums, and share a lot of the same friends. Her friends invite me, my friends invite her. So not only are we Mother/Daughter we are best friends. I am happy to say, that her girls treat us the same way. However neither of them are antique/prim lovers. Any way, in the early days of their home they had a terrific oak collection. Over the years they decide to go to earlier pieces and now like the same things I do. So I hope you enjoy the field trip to their home today. It is indeed a home filled not only with wonderful antiques, more importantly filled with love of God and family.
This is my favorite bedroom in the house. They have a huge room they call the Victorian Room, that I have no pictures of today. We will visit it, the other upstairs bedroom and Debs bathroom next visit.
Well I will show you her dry sink that we found on the Worlds Longest Yard Sale last summer. It is in a corner of the livingroom as you come in the front door.
Well thanks for coming Through My Back Door where life is good.
PS: I think I will take you to Amanda's one day. She is not prim, but vintage"y"? Is that a word? She has the brightest, cheeriest house ever. Would you like that? It would be different.lol
PSS: I have to share my joy that Linda Rebtoy is doing so well and back to blogging! Please check her out:Simply Country Seasons
PSSS: Thanks for the continued prayers for Dale. He is improving and is off the ventilator.The progress is slow, very slow, but he has had, a couple of short walks, with all kinds of assists, but he is walking. This man was who I called the energizer bunny, and my prayer is that he will be again, soon. Thanks for the prayers and please continue them.