Tuesday’s Treasures

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These treasures are from the late seventies and early eighties. Christmas Craft shows became real popular in these years and after our Josh was born I saw this sweet pillow covering that a crafter made. I ordered one for Joshua. When Daniel was born 2 years later I wanted one for him, too. Thankfully the same crafter was at a sale I went to. Sadly when Katie was born I didn’t find anything like these to have made for her. She got plenty of her own treasures and she knows Jesus Loves her, too, so I’m good with the fact that she doesn’t have one of these pillows! If you don’t have a pillow like this rest assured that Jesus loves you, too!!

I pulled these two pillows out at Christmas to add them to the beds set for each of our boys and their wives for their overnight stays. I’m sharing these this week since both our boys celebrated birthdays the last 3 days! They are both in the second half of thirty this year!

I’m linking up with Tom The Backroads Traveler for his Tuesday’s Treasures.

17 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Treasures

  1. Yep, treasures indeed…and mom loves Joshua and Daniel too! Oh, and of course Katie Too! Treasures come in all sizes and shapes and bring back fond memories. Ellen I hope that you can return with more of your life’s treasures.

  2. I forgot to answer your question on my blog.-oops. I do not know if it was a flange or not. None of the equipment is labeled and because some of it is in parts you would not know what was what unless you were an expert in salt mine machinery, which I am not. 🙂

  3. Those old treasures are so precious. As our grandsons are getting older I am happy to begin to pass such things down to them – things I’d kept from our son’s childhood.

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