Ok, I'm trying to catch up on the Girlfriendsmarket blog and this one too. Hurry, hurry so I can get back to painting the kitchen cabinets. Of course no prep work. Just drag out the can that looks like the same color I used 2 years ago (but to realize it's not, oh well) Kind of a creamy white. Slapping it on over the finger marks around the green glass knobs (THAT I DIDN'T TAKE OFF).
But, the dog "COSMO" is barking at me like a mad dog. It probably means he needs to go out or wants to play or needs some sort of spoiled dog attention. I have to say, it's driving me nuts. So out we go and I immediately run into the Girlfriendsmarket signs that also need another coat of paint.
Do you know how much stuff can be accumulated by a JUNKER in a couple of weeks? Of course you do. I have been hording and not moving stuff to the store and finally decided today to clean up a bit. Gar's Mom is coming next week so I have a really good excuse.
KITCHEN QUEEN SHOW is coming in November. Sharon, Shelly and I are once again heading over to the beautiful log house at the Thurston County Fair Grounds on the 13th and 14th to put on a cute little show. SOOOOO, if your interested, let us know.
Don't forget to check out Wendy's space at Today's County Store in Sumner. Always a fun place to shop, shop, shop.
Welcome to my new blog! My Name is Wendy Rushing and I Have been an antiques/Junque dealer for many years now. I am going to join the 21st century and try my hand at blogging, so please put me on your list of places to check out. I will be getting tutorials from my friend Amy and learn how to post some pics soon!
Here is a picture of one of my bucket pumps. I make these out of old rusty buckets, fawcetts, etc and I sell them at The fabulous "Today's Country Store" in Sumner Washington
I'm a certified lover of old stuff. Anything that smells of basement or attic, has chipped paint and can fit in the cherry bomb is something I'd just love.
It started many years ago when Gram was down sizing and a pile of "OLD STUFF" was headed for the dump. It just happened to fit in my very small car and some 35 years later I've added to that pile of love.
And so it continues!!!