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Monday, May 31, 2010

We are interested in Old Paper Collectibles

We are interested in old collectible paper items predating 1960 such as diaries, journals, historical documents, scrapbooks, business records, Oklahoma & Indian Territory items, Cowboy, Indian, Railroad, etc.

Don't throw it away until you check with us.

We would be interested in trading for or buying these type items.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

A Treasure Trove of Antique Quilts!






A Farmhouse essential.  Get the look with a stack of vibrant and muted hued quilts.  Timeworn and domestic...Throw one over the porch swing or over the foot of the bed...to take you back to yesteryear...






Log cabin design, patchwork, embroidered design feedsack, friendship, various patterns

New Arrivals of Cowboy Boots

"These Boots Are Made For Walking"....And Riding.... And Dancing!!" 

Whether you want to strut your stuff or hop on a horse or go two-steppin' we've got what you need!

New arrivals in this week are:
Pair of Black Lucchese 2000 series Men's size 9EE Cowboy Boots-$65.00, sold!
Pair of Larry Mahan Red Ladies Lizard skin size 260 (?) around a 6, I think, $65.00, sold!
Pair of never worn Kinney brand vintage 70's size 6m, $40.00
Pair of Bronco Faux snake (fake snake-ha,ha!)Cowboy boots size llD, $20.00, sold!
Pair of Acme real snakeskin cowboy boots size 10D, $65.00
All are in like new condition!



Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Tools of the Trade

 Here's something you guys will like!



Vintage Tools, Carpenter Totes, Oil/Gas Cans


Vintage American, Patriotic, World War II Items

Trench Art Shell Ashtray, Military Books & Souvenir Pillow

Planers, Saws, Shoulder Hand Drill, Tool Tote, Gas Cans

Aviation Hammer, Ball Peen Hammers, Roofing Hammer, Pliers, Rulers










Antique Ladder Back Chair, Fishing Creel Basket & Vintage Fishing Rods/Reels

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Vanity, Vanity All is Vanity

Fashions from Yesterday....Girly and Glamorous....Lovely Millinery Creations....Costume Jewelry that makes you feel Flirty and Feminine...Stylish Purses that give your emsemble Originality

This is just a small snapshot of what we offer...Have fun looking...








Monday, May 17, 2010

Storage Solutions

Need to hide all that clutter and make things look fresh and neat?  Then we've got what you need!  Get organized with our eclectic storage solutions.  Functional but still stylish!  Take a look at just a small taste of what we have in stock:





Vintage Locker, $95.00
Samsonite Suitcase, $12.00, Sold!
Samsonite Traincase, $12.00, Sold!
Baskets, $7.50 to $15.00
Decoupaged Trunk, $35.00, Sold!
Orange/Black Trunk, $49.50, Sold!
Mint Green Trunk, $60.00



Sunday, May 16, 2010

Shammah, The Mockingbird

This last winter we had a mockingbird make his home in our yard.  Mom and I fed him suet made of peanut butter, oats and seed.   Whole flocks of black birds moved into the area and  would swarm our bird feeders and devour everything in sight.  They tried to horn in on our little mockingbird's suet but Shammah, as we named this tenacious little bird, stood his ground and defended his "pea patch".  He was a busy little guy.  He roosted in this honeysuckle bush outside our window and he would continually hop around and around to fend off the intruders.  We had more laughs watching him.  We named him Shammah after a story in the bible.  Shammah was a mighty man of battle for King David and he defended a patch of ground against a whole hoard of Philistines.  Well the black birds were like the Philistines for sure.  There were hundreds!  Shammah never tired.  He just kept on keeping on.  It was a very harsh winter and we wondered if he would survive.  We're glad to report that he did and now he has a "honey".  Maybe we will have a lot of little Shammahs around the place before long.  Every night Shammah serenades his little darling.  From redbird  to blue jay to hawk.  Every birdsong imaginable.  This must be part of the courtship.   All hours of the night he is singing.  God gives us a song in the night!




IISamual 23:11-12
11And after him was Shammah the son of Agee the Hararite. And the Philistines were gathered together into a troop, where was a piece of ground full of lentiles: and the people fled from the Philistines. 12But he stood in the midst of the ground, and defended it, and slew the Philistines: and the LORD wrought a great victory

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Teachings from the Master Gardener

A few years ago a lady gave me a some grape plants.  I had never raised grapes so I didn't know much about them.  For several years now I have had beautiful vines, with lush green leaves, but no fruit.  Mom had read several old gardening books and most of them preached the significance of pruning the vine back to a single main branch to get them to produce fruit and not just foilage.  Well I couldn't bring myself to do that.  They were such beautiful plants.  Finally around late February I decided that I would prune the vines back.  I did a drastic pruning job.  I could hear the vines yelp in pain.  I've felt just like that vine when God pruned me back.  But He is the Master Gardener and knows what He is doing, even when we don't. 


I'm happy to report that my grape vines are beautiful AND have an abudance of sweet little starts of grapes clusters.  Hallelujah!!  I will harvest this year!


John 15 says I AM the true vine and my Father is the husbandman.  Every branch in me that beareth not fruit he taketh away: and every branch that beareth fruit, he purgeth it, that it may bring forth much fruit.  Now you are clean through the word which I have spoken unto you.  Abide in me, and I in you.  As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine, no more can you, except you abide in me.  I AM the vine, ye are the branches.  He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit, for without me you can do nothing. 


It goes on to say that the Father is glorified when we bear much fruit and it says if we abide in Him and His words abide in us, we shall ask what we will and it shall be done unto us. 


Galatians 5:22-25 says that the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance and we that are Christ's have crucified the flesh (here is where the pruning comes in).


My name is Thressa and in Greek it means "The Harvester"  All of God's promises to me through Christ Jesus are going to come to fruition.  Praise God!!

You can see the baby clusters if you look real close!