Today, we are joining Diann at The Thrifty Groove for "Thrifty Things Friday." Also joining Cindy's Friday "Show and Tell" at My Romantic Home.
The covered casserole dish sat demurely on a shelf in a thrift store and I admired the yellow flowers or fruit against a blue background.
It reminded me of a painting by Monet.
It always gets returned to me, washed and dried. It's beautiful. When it's not in use, it sits on top of the refrigerator in my remodeled blue, yellow, and white kitchen.
Moral of the story? If you see something you love in a thrift store, buy it. If you wait and go back, it's almost guaranteed it will be gone. (That happened to me recently with a set of drop dead gorgeous rose covered dishes. I wanted them, didn't buy them, and lost them. Reminded me of the expression "he who hesitates is lost.")
The blue, yellow, and white covered casserole dish cost $5.99 and, to me, it was a great investment. Actually, guess it was needed, after all.
WHAT IS THE LAST THING YOU BOUGHT THAT WAS NOT PARTICULARLY NEEDED BUT THAT YOU LOVED?
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