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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Vintage Thingies Thursday









Coloradolady at http://coloradolady would like to invite you to join her for Vintage Thingies Thursday. Some of her friends will show some of the best vintages around.



This is a very vintage little dish. When we growing up, we ate a lot of oatmeal. My sister refused to eat hers in anything but this dish. She treasures this dish as it was our mothers and her favorite. She has it even today in mint condition.
This did not turn out too well on the bottom markings.
An old movie sign I saw in an antique mall. Great movies were made back then.
A vintage Christmas wish to all my blogging readers. May you all be blessed with good health and prosperity during the New Year.

29 comments:

Gerry's Soap N Stuff said...

Hi LV, What a special little dish, so treasurable memories behind it. Gerry

Ruth said...

THe memories associated with that dish would make anything taste good.Love the Vintage Christmas wish.
Blessings,Ruth

Bringing Pretty Back said...

awwww The story about the little oatmeal dish is so sweet!
Have a pretty day!
Kristin

Ann said...

why do things taste better in something from our childhood? I have a fork every once in a while a pull out and use...... comfort food!

Tete said...

Oh LV, I love the oatmeal bowl! I have certain bowls that I eat out of, too! I call them my happy bowls. Yours is much more prettier than any of mine.
I have IBS and eating is a chore most of the time and very bland. It is not fun for me to eat, but I have to or get sick. Having my happy bowls makes it easier to deal with for me.
Wishing you all good things, but mostly love during Christmas and I hope you are surrounded by those you love most.

Hugs- Tete

Postcardy said...

That's a sweet bowl. It looks nice and sturdy--like oatmeal.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Love the special little dish. What a sweet memory :-)

Jocelyn
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Love those vintage bowling pins and I really love the treasured oatmeal bowl. Does your sister still eat oatmeal out of it?

Oklahoma Granny said...

Vintage Christmas cards are a favorite of mine. I hope you have the best Christmas ever!

Janean said...

that is soooo funny that she'd only eat oatmeal in this darling dish....

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I love the old Christmas cards, LV.... They are never as pretty these days as they were years ago...

I love the vintage bowl... Bet the oatmeal tasted good in that bowl...

Merry Christmas.
Hugs,
Betsy

Incipient Wings said...

what a lovely memory LV, and what a gorgeous bowl.

marian said...

what a sweet little dish, i can see why it's your sister's favourite!
i love those old movie posters..what sweet memories :)

Ann said...

Your sister is great to have kept the dish.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Hi LV! What a great bowl, and yes, they don't make movies like they use to! Merry Christmas:@)

Tammy N said...

Good Morning LV! What a neat bowl! I have a few things here and there that would be considered vintage, maybe I'll share on vintage thingies from time to time!

Love vintage graphics too!

Blessings!♥

S said...

I love the bowl and the story of your sister and her oatmeal. Thanks for sharing this story, and for your sweet Christmas wishes. And I hope all the sweet blessings you wished for us come to you as well.

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

I love the bowl and the story of your sister and her oatmeal. Thanks for sharing this story, and for your sweet Christmas wishes. And I hope all the sweet blessings you wished for us come to you as well.

I'm not sure if this posted before, so I am posting it again. Sorry if it is a duplicate.

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

I love the bowl and the story of your sister and her oatmeal. Thanks for sharing this story, and for your sweet Christmas wishes. And I hope all the sweet blessings you wished for us come to you as well.

I'm not sure if this posted before, so I am posting it again. Sorry if it is a duplicate.

Nora Johnson said...

Dear LV,

Just popping by to wish you Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!

Off now - *see* you again in the New Year!

XOXO Lola & Nora:)

foxxy said...

I'm sure that dish is special to you as it holds so many wonderful memories. And I love that movie sign. Merry Christmas!

NanE said...

Hi LV, really special bowl and even more special the story to go with it. I love the oval shape, you don't see that very often. And yes, I love the old movies too. Have a wonderful weekend, Nan

Mary said...

sThe memories are what makes it!
I love old vintage pottery and dishes!

Very nice.

Betsy said...

They just don't make them like they did back then...movies and all our vintage treasures. What a nice story behind that wonderful bowl. I really believe that everything tastes better when it's served in something beautiful.
Thank you so much for your very kind comments about my cameras. I had so much fun transforming them.
Merry Christmas to you. Stay safe and healthy;-)

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Hi LV!
Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my post today!
Oh! I love your bowl you're sharing - how precious the story is and wonderful that your sister still has it.

Happy VTT and Merry Christmas!
Sally

Cindy said...

That is a precious dish with a precious story behind it! I eat my oat meal in the same bowl everytime too. I like this dish better!

George said...

I really like that old movie poster and the Christmas card.

Coloradolady said...

Oh, what a great dish. Hard to believe it is still in mint condition...but I guess I know who has it!! Happy VTT!

Anna said...

Great post. I love that bowl and I totally get it. I have a sudden urge to buy a can of Spaghettios and eat them out of my Bunnykins bowl.