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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, Cheap Decorating, Affectionate Laundry

$89 antique table, $1 bunny, $3 tea cup and saucer, 25 cent dish

I must examine that table and see if it is really dusty around the edges. If so, that comes from not being able to attend to it.  The table was a steal 20 years ago. I love how there is a flower inside the cup.  This is me, cheap and tasteful...lol, at least it is cheap and pleases me. There were two pictures on the table that I removed for this shot. It looks rather unbalanced! The fringe is from a floor lamp next to the table.

On to the topic at hand--do you like pbj sandwiches? I would celebrate if I had any jelly. National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day was yesterday, but it's not too late to celebrate. Ooooh, I just remembered I have jelly!

Do you really know what your laundry does when you are not around? It was a windy day, so they mixed it up.

Your turn

Are you decorating at all for Easter, even just a bit? How do you eat your peanut butter jelly sandwich? What is your laundry doing when you are gone? 

7 comments:

  1. Peanut butter and strawberry rhubarb jam!! Yummm!

    My laundry certainly isn't folding itself when I'm not around. I hate folding laundry!

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    1. Beth,
      I love rhubarb and I love strawberry, but I have never had them together.

      Actually, I do like folding clothes. I suppose that means I am sick, sick, sick.

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  2. Adorable bunny and other pretty things...I love that doily! Toasted pumpernickel p&j is my favorite or switching out the jelly for honey and then there is the Elvis....it's all good:)

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    1. I have never had pumpernickel with pbj sandwich. Ha, I do use honey quite often when I use pb.

      Yes, Elvis and I both lived in Memphis. Actually, I lived about a mile from his house. My pbj tastes were a little more tame than his.

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  3. I replaced the word 'cheap' with 'frugal' a few years ago. No big difference really, but it makes me feel better about being broke! lol

    Being allergic to wheat, I haven't had a pbj for a few years. My husband on the other hand has eaten them daily in his work lunch for about 20 years!!

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  4. I don't want to know what my laundry gets up to when I'm not around, lol. I love the table; old things can be so pretty.

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  5. Sue,
    Broke is okay! Frugal or cheap, not spending an exorbitant amount of money is the point. Of course, these days "exorbitant" is a different point than in days past.

    That is great your husband is so easily pleased. PB&J is a filling and healthy choice when compared to some lunch sandwiches. Sorry about your allergies.

    Pamela,
    I just happened to catch the two. Thanks, I love that little table. It actually has some pretty cut-outs on the little apron.

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