Bet there are a lot of you sitting in front of a fire or cuddled up in a nice warm throw with a good book or a computer keyboard this week! It’s a great time to bake too, with the extra warmth from the oven.
I’ve been trying to get acquainted with my new camera.
Really? No. Actually, this little Brownie box camera was given to me by my deceased Mother-in-Law. By the way, she had amazingly beautiful skin. This Brownie is always on display somewhere in my home and is moved around to suit my whims. Usually is sits on a stack of books.
OH LOOK! He’s winking at You!
But currently is it is looking pretty in a table top arrangement in my living room and Posing here with the Vintage Books, a gift from Carol at Our Sears Kit Home.
The Brownie Six-16 was made of metal in the USA by the Eastman Kodak Company and was first introduced in 1946 and discontinued in the early ‘50’s. The original cost was $4.00. A bit less than we pay today, isn’t it?
Many of you may have one of these around your house or remember them from your parents or grandparent’s home. It’s just a little family treasure that probably holds it’s own little treasure chest of memories, but hopefully it enjoys it’s life now…just sitting around in my home.
I will be joining the following parties. Please stop by and visit these Gracious Hostess and leave some Comment Love for the party guests and Hostesses. We all so Love Comments, don’t we?
Colorado Lady on Thursday
Bargain Hunting & Chatting with Laurie on Saturday
House of Grace on Tuesday