Hoarding Woes: The Neighborhood Will Be Quite Busy

Into each life will always come
A time to start anew
A new beginning for each heart
As fresh as morning dew.

Although the cares of life are great
And hands are bowed so low
The storms of life will leave behind
The wonder of a rainbow.

The years will never take away
Our chance to start anew
It’s only the beginning now
So dreams can still come true.

Gertrude B. McClain


black green red


kitchen plates

The photos of display inside and outside the house could go on and on. Dozens of little and not so little vignettes of vintage and mid-century items. It has been an amazing display of coordination and output in a week. The work continued on well past midnight into this morning with attention to details and is now ready. In a few hours, I hope I am taking a photograph of a long waiting line  winding away from the front door. I suspect I will find today to be very fulfilling on many levels.


2 thoughts on “Hoarding Woes: The Neighborhood Will Be Quite Busy

  1. annietiques

    Stunningly beautiful disiplays!!!! One thing is for sure, Auntie had impeccable taste!! Wishing all of you a wonderful day of items streaming out the driveway!!!

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