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My favorite movie house

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

My favorite movie house of all time is the house they used for the movie Something's Gotta Give.Not only did I love the movie, and the house ,the music sound track is also good.
House located in the Hampton's (Long Island)
The living room
My favorite the dining room...
Ecika's master bedroom/study
Hope you enjoyed!!

May Flea Market

Love the old wooden box...someone else did too.

Great china cabinet

More great pieces...

It was a great show. Weather was hot, but crowd was good. Everyone was in the mood to buy.

Junkin we will go......

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Finally Ron and I got some time on Saturday to go out junkin. We started out and hit a few garage sales, I must admit, I am not a good garage sale person. I either get lost because I can not follow the balloon decorated signs or I can't read them. When I do manage to get to the sale I find toys, and old Avon bottles. I do occasionally find a good estate sale, and a neighborhood or town that is having a citywide sale. Anyhow I did manage to find a sale and purchased 3 windows that I will use as chalkboards, or something. After a few more stops, we ended up at a favorite junk mall. The picken was slim, I ended up with a cream ware pitcher and a wall shelf, ( that we can't for the life of us know how it works) so Ron and I will remake it. Oh, I did forget to tell you that on our way to the junk mall, we did find a man who had set up on the side of the road with a few treasures. I found a great primitive table with metal flour bins and a great cutting board in it. I love it. On our way home we hit a few more places. I found 4 great rattan chairs, (Pier One chairs) for a great price. 8.50 ea. can't beat that. I may use them for myself. Three concrete chicks and a really old, crazed ironstone platter later, we headed home. Love my treasures. You can find them in the Nashville May Flea Market.

Great wall rack?

3 concret birds

Ironstone platter and cream ware pitcher

Two pieces of cream/white suitcases
and a little french table.

Flour bin table

Primitive flour bin table with breadboard

This looks so good....Baked Brie Bites

Friday, May 11, 2012

Baked Brie Bites
mini phyllo tarts
Ile de France brie, cubed
brown sugar
chopped pecans

Preheat oven to 350.

Place a cube of brie in each phyllo tart. Sprinkle each tart with approximately 1/2 tsp brown sugar. Top with approximately 1/2 tsp chopped pecans and a dollop of honey. Bake for 15-20 minutes, until brie is melted. (use more or less of each ingredient according to your preference)

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