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Very true. One man's junk another's treasure. Thanks for your comment. My entry
Great post Pat. As your quote states, "One mans junk is another mans treasure." I see an item here, I sure wouldn't mind having****Giggles**** I hope you have a great week Pat. Thank you for your sweet comment on my picture.
I don't see junk here....what I see are items no longer having a value worthy enough to keep them. This kind of "junk' is very lucky for chances are good they will be taken up by someone else and the cycle continues!!I love 'junk' sales......it's the first place to look to find that special treasure!There's a fine line between love and hate...perhaps such a line exists between trash and treasures?!
Yes, memories can be so precious for ourselves but considered rubbish for others... and sometimes this can be applied for our own blogs ;-)Your entry hits!
I do like to wander antique markets, flea-markets, etc. There's always a chance of finding something really interesting that it's previous owner no longer has use for. I see a couple of items in your photo I wouldn't mind having :-))
Could be...I still like browsing around flea-market. :)
Looking at all that junk, I find not junk but 'treasures'... Many of them really nice...
Hi Pat I love your junk.. I could find many treasuresThere.. Great quote and photo...
that is so very true, objects to hold memories for some of us
Awww, I love the words you crafted for this wonderful photo! I didn't realize how much junk we had accumulated until John died and I had to pack everything away.