I love these old chickens and roosters, only have a few. In the past few years I have slowed down on my collections, becoming very selective.
Here is my newest one. I think they are from the 50's and 60's.
Some have holes on them but I don't know what they are for.
OK, the place mats are from the thrift store, bought at different times. None over $2.00.
I LOVE old cloth napkins, I guess this is where I have NOT slowed down, I'm not telling you how many I have. Let's just say if ALL of you came for dinner everyone would have a pretty cloth napkin, no dinner plate but definitely a napkin.
I paid less then $5.00 for 8 dinner plates and 9 cups and saucer's.
I went to Saluda North Carolina last weekend with my daughter and her roommate. They wanted to check out the area to decide if they want to move to there. My Dad lives there, I took them so I could spend time with him. More on that later.
Daddy has gotten rid of all the farm animals except this little pony. I asked him what his name was....he said, I don't know?!! What!!! He's had him for 10years!! My step mother has alzheimers so she can't tell us, so sad. She took care of him for 45 years now he's taking care of her and doing a wonderful job.
This is Shambo, I call him Shampoo because he needs a bath real bad!!
He smiles at you!!!
I had so much fun getting his picture..
Look at those dreads, can you see them?
This is Bailey, what a sweetheart. Made me sad because it reminded me of my sweet Bailey.
This Bailey has the same sweet personality as my boy.
I miss him so much.
Bailey enjoying the sunshine..
Even though he is not white I couldn't leave him out.
Another sweet boy, I'm so sorry I forgot his name.
Sweet old farm dogs..
They all need baths but are very happy.
Well taken care of and loved.
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I hope everyone had a wonderful Wednesday.
hugs to you..