If JMS Jumped off a Bridge .....

February 15th, 2010 in member junk     
RustyDiva RustyDiva, member
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All my tresures gathered in a bunch!  This would be my ideal bouquet of flowers for Valentines.
My Japanese ironstone.  Someone said these were collectable or awesome or EVERYONE should own a set.....you know who you are.  Whopping .50 a plate!
Oh and of course EVERYONE should own Buffalo China for .75 a plate because they are HOT HOT.  Nut pickers, old shaving mirror, silver scoop, ironstone bowl, silver heart drawer pull and bottle opener.  Everything a girl should own ~ JMS said so and I totally agree!
No one should live without anything silver, rusty lidded jars and butter spreaders.  The asparagus spoon rest was a bonus.  Extra points for that!
I heard somewhere that Woolworth used to have diner counters in their stores so of course this fork was a must purchase as was the Donald Duck knife that is marked Walt Disney and Co. on the back.
All my tresures gathered in a bunch!  This would be my ideal bouquet of flowers for Valentines.

All my tresures gathered in a bunch!  This would be my ideal bouquet of flowers for Valentines.


My Sweetie ask me what I wanted for Valentines and of course my immediate response was Junk.  He laughed and said, "no really".  I said REALLY.  He said I was SUPPOSE to ask for something like flowers or chocolate or diamonds.  How cliche............ok I want diamonds AND junk I reply.  He just shook his head and took me to the thrift store.  Every treasure I picked up came with my incessant chatter about how it was well sought after and what a good buy it was and how " insert name" said these were all the junk rage.  He then had the nerve to look at me and say, "If JMS jumped off a bridge, would you jump too?"   My mind was screaming yes yes yes but I guess my face was saying ~ you better be buying me diamonds too.  Heehee  I got both!!!!!!  (I really would have been totally satisfied with just junk)


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Comments (22)

lady1880s writes: Dimonds leave me cold ...all I want is Junque! Posted: 8:38 pm on July 29th
grabe writes: My hubby has been more than gracious towards my love of junk...he is not interested in getting in the boat with me but has given me free reign to be the person I am....very thankful....things come and go often at our house...my motto is to trade up. If I come across something great I have to sell something I have...if I don't our house would be so loaded up that I wouldn't want to become a reality tv show lol....love all your stuff! Have a blast Posted: 7:53 am on May 9th
GrammaScrapper writes: ...and a lovely bunch of junk it is! Posted: 12:30 pm on May 5th
Born_in_a_barn writes: That's too cute. My ex actually divorced me because of my junk, oh well now I can junk in peace. :-) Posted: 8:05 am on April 23rd
jennsthreegraces writes: Wow! I use only white in my house for dishes and stuff - these are too cool and what a buy!!!! Jennnifer Posted: 9:57 am on March 19th
WowandThen writes: There's more of us and with these awesome mates? How blessed are we. I don't think I have ever asked for anything with a store label or ticket. When he asks about a vacation, we both want the same thing, a a road trip and to go junking. Those that junk together stick together... I say. Have a great day from Calgary, Pam Posted: 10:13 am on March 4th
RoseGardenRomantic writes: That is so funny! My hubby knows all I ever want for a present is to go searching for old junk! :) He just hands me some cash and says "have fun!" And he claims to "love" all my girly stuff and junk. I'm a lucky girl!
Posted: 4:26 pm on March 3rd
fellowjunker writes: Hi Kenda,
Sooooooo funny!!! I am loving your hubby...and I can definitely relate...when my mom and dad asked me what I would like for Christmas, I said...."Oh, just some more JUNK!" See we are two peas in a pod!
xojanis Posted: 7:59 pm on February 21st
DumpsterDecorators writes: Too funny. The part about things being the junk rage, sought after and a good buy sounds really familiar...
Posted: 9:54 pm on February 19th
SantaClaus writes: When's the jump? LOL Posted: 5:04 am on February 19th
shabbychick writes: Kenda - looks/sounds like your Valentine's Day was perfection - from junk to diamonds! :)

OK - and just for the record...I'd jump too!! ;)

Thanks for sharing your SWEET junk haul!

Kathy Posted: 1:32 pm on February 17th
ninnarae writes: My husband shares my love of junkin'- I totally get where you are coming from! Posted: 12:49 am on February 17th
CottageElements writes: Girl, you got some good junk there! Lucky you!

Lani Posted: 12:06 am on February 17th
JunkArchitect writes: Your husband should have been thrilled when you said all you wanted for Valentine’s Day was junk…I would have been. Nice bunch of stuff you picked up.

Jim
Posted: 3:05 pm on February 16th
RustyDiva writes: Ladies I AM a lucky girl! He brings me junk all the time but I think he would rather stick a fork in his eye than go to a thrift store with me so it was VERY sweet for him to endure the torture for Valentines. LOL

greencolleen ~ I think boys are conditioned to think that all we gals think about is diamonds. They don't know how to act when we just want "junk". :)

JunqueMagnet ~ there would probably be A LOT of us jumping! How fun and of course it would have to be off a rusty, chippy, industrial, shabby old bridge. ha

Laurel ~ I couldn't see it so I went home and held my mirror up to the wall. Cool idea and I never would have thought about it. I'll keep my eye out for another one and maybe we'll be partners in the junk swap.

Hope you ALL had a special day for Valentines!!!!!!

Kenda Posted: 10:40 am on February 16th
junkfestgirl writes: Junk and diamonds to boot? Good for you! Great stuff you got there. Posted: 9:28 am on February 16th
Prior writes: Funny post, Love your finds! Lezlee Posted: 11:57 pm on February 15th
chippingcharm writes: There is just so much to love about a junk gift! You get the thrill of the hunt, someone else pays and then you spend the next few days or more figuring out what you want to do with it all...AND THEN, you post your fun ideas and we all get to enjoy it too. It's the gift that keeps on giving :)
Enjoy! Laurel
PS...I've been on the look-out for old shaving mirrors like that...lucky you! I've seen them hanging sideways off the wall for a really fun candle sconce...can picture it?
Posted: 4:15 pm on February 15th
JunqueMagnet writes: My husband is getting a bit tired of hearing me say, "metal/industrial is really the new shabby - at least they say so on JMS" so I get the "jump off a bridge" comment completely!I'd jump with you.Great finds and really a super way to spend the holiday.That's a good guy to take you junkin'! Posted: 4:14 pm on February 15th
AtticusFinch writes: Glad you had a "lovely" Valentines Day. Posted: 3:59 pm on February 15th
alicemom writes: Sounds and looks like you got the best of both worlds! Good on you!
smiles, alice Posted: 3:08 pm on February 15th
greencolleen writes: youre too funny, my honey bear is buying me gretchens designs ;). he thought i would want diamonds too but that is what i chose. i dont like to junk store shop with him because he makes noises about i have to get rid of something ealse. silly boy ;). love your haul really scored here.
esp love the vintage jar Posted: 1:31 pm on February 15th
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