Friday, September 26, 2014

This Week's Finds

I found a German vintage clock for $10...a sweet industrial look

4 faded books from a set of the "Waverley Novels" $4
The whole set was there....but too many to carry

In the garden this week

Sage and Oregano

This weekend we are planting 
spinach,carrots,beans,potatoes,cucumber,basil,tomatoes,lettuce,rhubarb and pumpkins 

Linking up with 

The Dedicated House
Knick of Time
French Country Cottage
Ivy and Elephants
Shabby Art Boutique
Chic on a Shoestring
Country Farm Home
My Romantic Home
Sir thrift-a-lot
Rose Vignettes
Rooted in Thyme
My Charmed Home
Elizabeth & Co
Finding Fabulous
A Revisionary Life
Thoughts from Alice
Woman in Real Life


  1. It's so lovely and green in your garden. And you've got your Summer veg sorted with all those delicious plantings. x

  2. Love that clock! Your veggies look so good -- now I'm hungry for a good salad! And the hens -- they look quite happy and are very beautiful!

  3. Wonderful set of books and such a bargain. Some great vegetables planted looks like it will be a bumper crop.

  4. Love the clock and books - I think I would go back for the rest. Your garden is stunning xo

  5. That IS a great clock. And then there's all that garden beauty. I'm getting a nice vintage vibe :-)

  6. Oh good heavens look at your garden! Where do I even begin! Your veggie patch is going to be extraordinary and just look at those blooms already! And the view! WOW!!! Your finds are lovely as well......loving that clock! Enjoy your time digging and keep the pictures coming! Nicole xoxo

  7. love the photos of your bug-seeking girls and, of course, your darling Sascha...

  8. I love your clock. You must have a good knack of finding beautiful things. I only find trashy stuff. :) The garden is looking lovely.
    Anne xx

  9. The clock and the books are great! And that view is absolutely incredible. Thanks for linking up at Vintage Bliss Tuesdays. Jo

  10. You live in such a beautiful area! Wow! What an amazing scene from your table. LOVE old books and old clocks, too. They look so great in our homes! Hugs, Diane

  11. Your garden is so lovely. The German clock is quite the find, but I cannot believe you of all people left books behind.

  12. So refreshing to see a fresh, green colorful garden again. Ours are all brown and fading. Your garden sounds wonderful with all that you will be planting!

  13. Love all your sweet vintage finds, especially those books. Your photos are stunning, I can't get over how green everything is. My eyes almost popped out of my head when I scrolled past the picture of your patio table and saw the countryside in the background. Wow! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Inspiration Party.

  14. wow. der wecker ist cool!!! ich liebe ihre hühner und die süße katze!!!!! alles liebe von angie aus deutschland

  15. Once again, your finds and your surroundings make me drool...Thanks for sharing with Revisionary Life Thrifty Life Thursday!

  16. That was a sweet! Great clock at $10! By the way, if you want your antique clock repaired, visit: A site that specializes antique clock repair perth.


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