In the 1930s, people could buy glassware, sold in boxes. The glass here is the one I now use in the downstairs bathroom. I only have the one and it just as well as be used. When the grandkids came for a visit the plastic cups were put out. The old glass was set aside. Now when you see this it is a contrast of the old and the new. I didn’t want to buy a dispenser and put it on the wall so the glass bowl sufficed.
One broken train car lays inside because it does not have its wheels. More building blocks and a car plate made in the year that I was born.
More junk in the left side of the drawer. The spindles were sold for a while that came from spinning factories. Those factories are obsolete in most of the south now. I see a plastic horse buried in the bottom and a few matchbox cars.
I am sure most of my blogger friends have see this kind of cartons. This one is full of WW 2 toy soldiers. The cartons original purpose was for ice creme. It is a cardboard with a coating on it that made it somewhat waterproof.
I am weary today as the dreaded colds of winter seems to be coming my way. I am trying to stay ahead of it and am behaving myself as best that I can. I received a second request to serve in my former county as a juror. They think I still live in my old place and I do not. I filled out the form and made some explanations that I don’t live in your county anymore. I will just wait and see their response. I don’t think I could sit ion that county jury to represent the people if I am now not a part of the people.
We have a light snow now and I am not sure if it will accumulate. It is cold enough for snow to lay on the ground but it will have to snow harder to get real snow. Thanks for stopping by today.