Monday, May 25, 2015


Memorial day is the official start of summer. Hope you took the time to reflect on the true meaning of the day: the men and women who have died in service for our country.
For many it is a long holiday weekend. Hope you enjoyed it! Mine's been great.  I've been too lazy to work up a long post for this week. Thought today would be a good time to sort of reboot, so to speak. Please take the time to read some of my old posts if you haven't (I've set the blog so you can read them all on just two pages, so just scroll down, and click on "older posts" when you get to the bottom).  Next week we'll be back with some serious business (such a serious blog).

Some shots of shop stuff that sings summer.

Collection of mid-century picnic gear, summer necessities.

Great early 1900's cast stone garden statuary.  

Mid-century wicker chairs with iron bases (set of four) and Pop Art print pillows.

Early 19th century tin French bistro chairs, great paint.

Summer is the time to reboot yourself.  Take life a little slower, enjoy the outdoors. I've started.

Gershwin, Porgy and Bess

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