Friday, November 13, 2009

Yeaaa it's time for more vintage black items...but I must say...I am running out of items! Would I be able to get away with posting a picture of my black 12 year old corgi??? hehehe




These are my husbands grandmothers rosary beads. I inherited them when she sadly passed away. She was a very sweet women with a big heart.



Were you in band when you were in grade school? I learned to play the clarinet in 5th grade and played it all the way to my senior year. I loved the concerts, parades and football games because I got to show off my music skills. I used to love to clean my clarinet and loved the smell of a new reed. Is that weird or what? Sooooo...here is my clarinet from many years ago.


Jill at Gypsy Brocante has lots more to see plus you must visit all the others gypsies and check out their VBB goodies...
HAPPY FRIDAY THE 13TH.....

8 comments:

The Vintage Modern Girl said...

hi! thanks for visiting my blog and leaving the sweet comment! i LOVE those gorgeous rosary beads! how special that they belonged to your husband's grandmother!

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Hi Sylvia,

Those rosary beads are beautiful. I lost my most treasured rosary beads. I got them in Fatima and had them blessed there when I was young. When I sold my Honda Civic I think they were inside the car as I have never found them.

Do you still play? I never played an instrument. Would have liked to have taken piano lessons.

Have a wonderful weekend! Thank you for stopping by! I've been busy pouring porcelain day and need to make some more VBF rounds!

Hugs,
Marsha

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Oh Sylvia, you're not old enough to have a "vintage" clarinet! The rosary beads are so lovely. What a cherished keepsake. Thank you for sharing them with us. Have a wonderful weekend!
Debra

joan@anthinggoeshere said...

What fun and creative items for VBF. I am starting to run out of things also. Yes, the bodies of my snowmen are vintage bottles.

NicNacManiac said...

Your rosary beads are so precious as they also have a personal connection...you are fortunate to have them in your home!! Do you still play the clarinet....I can't believe that you still have it!!
Happy VBF!! xOxO Nerina :)

Diana P. said...

It's getting so much harder to find things for VBF! Your clarinet brings back memories of when I tried to play flute in school...that lasted one year. LOL!

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

A little known fact about me..I too played clarinet in school. I can relate to that reed smell. I loved a new reed because of that! LOVE the rosary beads!
Thank you for linking up to Thrifty Thursday this week, and as always thank you for being a friend in Bloggeritaville.
Leigh
Tales from Bloggeritaville
www.lbratina.blogspot.com

Wizard of Was said...

Hi Sylvia,
Thank you so much for stopping by. I love your roasary beads. I can't get enough of them. Each one is such a beautiful piece of art. Have a great day!
My Best
Gale