And did you buy this? Is it beautiful glass grapes? Your poem is how I feel when I shop!!!
as you walk through you can make the ages...so much nostalgia in those places...i love them...
Good thing their memories are ageless, as their things will wind up in a thrift shop someday.
Yes, so true. Memories are definitely ageless.
Indeed . . . memories are ageless!
Lovely and true...I'm guilty of buying 'yesterday' and love it.
How awesome there are those grapes in the store. Nice poem too. I remember my grandmother and mom having a day of making those things and one sat on our coffee table at home for years.
evoking good memories. sweet!
your shop would just fill me with fond memories. i love to wander in stores and look at what my grandparents and parents used that are now considered antiques. like those beautiful glass Christmas balls. mother had them from WWII but they were clear glass except for 2 red ones
ah! such a truthful thought :)
Love those purple glass thingies.....I would have bought them for sure. I love thrift store finds!
Oh boy, do I love that teapot.=)PS. Stop by when you get a chance. I want you to read my Memorial Day poem. I think you would relate…or maybe where you live, they still do it up right.
That teapot is gorgeous, definitley one for Sunday best.Lynne x
Memories play such an important place in our lives and hearts.
So well stated. Lovely and true. Thanks for linking at Poetry Jam
Has to be one of my favorite "Gail Poems."
And the thing about memories is they don't take up any room!!!...:)JP
:-)Lovely teapot.Well done poem, Gail. ♥
What has become old for some can start anew in new hands! Nice poem, gail.
Great poem and idea!!!Poems and posting items for sale from the shop.
Oh, very cool! I am a thrift store shopper. Bargains are fun. Memories are special. I really enjoyed this response to the prompt--- and I loved the photos of the treasures, too.
I love that tea pot! If I was nearby, I'd run over and buy it!
Gail, what a wonderful take on the prompt! It's so true, you walk through and see all these things from your childhood or grandparents home :-) Thank you for the smile :-)
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