When we moved here we put everything in the barn and then agreed that we would only bring into the house what we would use. Slowly, the barn has creeped into the house---very slowly.
My father's parents were collectors of art and all things fine.
My mother's parents were pioneers in Arizona.
And I am a student of history who married a soldier.
Our stuff reflects all of that and more.
So here is a glimpse into the world of what I need to let go of- or use.
|South Africa meets Hopi near Europe|
|Tea pots- Chinese, Nubian and European- don't forget Hopi|
|Made these while being held in Saudi. There are many more.|
|He came to live with me before I was married in Bavaria.|
|Nana traveled from Kentucky to Arizona in early 1900's|
|Wild West meets NewEngland lamp near the camp equipment.|
|Small part of the collection of license plates from the states we lived in.|
|Saudi Weaver meets Snow White|
|Fran's Pit helment meets Grand daddy's WW1 hat.|
Now, where do I start? I feel like I am drowning!
|I've already gone through this stuff.....|
Largest yard sale in Kansas is going to be in August or September.