That sounds like a much healthier option than the multiple bowls of homemade spaghetti and meatballs I've been downing.Thrift store. Rainy Days. Check.
NICE! i always feel like anything under a buck is actually better than free. i love picking something up for like 35 cents. it can't be beat!
oh i totally have one of those plates! awesome thrift store find :)
i totally agree with your methodology! :)i just had a round of thrift therapy on sunday. spent an hour and a half combing the shelves and racks and found some very sweet vintagey stuff.*happy*
haha! i love the simple things, too. :)
My mother in law has a whole set of these :-) We eat dinner on them allll the time.
This is a good idea. I might do it tomorrow.
it is the simple things, right?
Good idea, but 79 cents doesn't go very far in New York. I'm embarrassed to say I opted for a beer from the fridge instead.
seems like a pretty solid recipe.
SUCH a wonderful idea...I LOVE it!Char
so fun! what a gorgeous pic. I want a table made out of that pretty wood. nice find!
Are you fighting them too? I might have to take a trip to Thrift town tomorrow.
love the idea~ colors of the photo are great!
Wise words indeed. I thrifted a pair of gumboots this weekend that plastered a smile on my face. It should be considered a form of therapy!
Oooh so cute!
ah the simple things x
i totally get how that can happen. love it!
Omg! I grew up with those plates! They always made me happy! I wonder what ever happened to the set? A very good thing to fight off the winter blues. Erin :)
You take lovely photos!! Greetings from tunisia :)
I love step one! Is there a step two?
Lovely find! Love the ethereal quality of your photo.
i think my mom had this pattern in her cupboards when i was pretty small, early seventies maybe. total cure for winter blahs, for sure!
We had those plates when I was growing up.
Cute. It really is the little things, isn't it?
Oooh, this is fun! I'm playing right along with you...http://artsymama.blogspot.com/2010/01/step-one.htmlKari
i know the feeling. and i know the satisfaction of buying vintage/thrifted dishware, too! lovely lovely lovely =]http://postcardsfromdreamland.blogspot.com/
Unlike some of your readers, I didn't have these plates growing up - I had them as a student sharing a house with my best friend, and SHE had a set of these. They remind of my good times!
love this post....i'm feelin' your happiness ! :)