I’ve always been attracted to things of celtic, zodiac and celestial nature.
While this is not especially rare or valuable or old, it does make me smile.
For some reason, subliminal I think, this year I have accumulated a variety of ladybug items.
This child’s toy is used as a doorknocker.
While not loud, it does get the dogs’ attention, which in turn alerts me.
If you notice the small brass circle on the right side of door, that is the original “doorbell” on the farmhouse. You turn it and it sounds just like a bicycle bell.
I did not have a chance to unpack the car and take pictures before it got dark. So I will have to share more treasures another day.
The reason I could not continue this morning is that in Wisconsin June is Dairy month.
Being the Dairy State, it is a big deal here.
Each weekend we have special Dairy Breakfasts on hosting farms.
That does fit with the thrifty theme, as more food than you can eat is served up, and if you desire you can go back for more. All for $6.
Save room, though. Free ice cream sundaes are served after breakfast.
There is also lots of entertainment.
What does summer mean to you?
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This post is also linking up for Ruby Tuesday at Work of the Poet
and Thrifty Treasures at Southern Hospitality.
a HUGE Thank You to all the hosts.
This is a very fun week.
For more Twice Owned treasures, visit House of Grace
and for Nifty Thrifty treasures and a fun announcement, click to visit Coastal Charm.
I am very late, but want to give a big thanks to my hostess for Rednesday.