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  1. Shanan
    September 3, 2020 @ 6:02 pm

    So excited to see another post so soon! Vintage capes have me intrigued…maybe a sneak peak? Also, Paul is gold standard in the spouse department with his supportive with healthy boundaries style that everyone should strive to match up with! I think I have his long lost brother here! Carry on and please stay safe! Us creative minds can really get bogged down with our current climate! Xo

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  2. S MJ Kurth
    September 3, 2020 @ 6:08 pm

    OMGosh the scale is AhMazing!!!!! I have so much scale envy! I give you so much credit for your craigslist scrolling. I am definitely giving up way too soon, if that’s really how much scrolling it takes to find the goods.

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  3. Tiffany
    September 3, 2020 @ 8:04 pm

    That scale isn’t crap … it’s a precision scientific instrument. You have rescued science and given it a home. It only needs a matching brass weight set to be totally functional and practical. It’s even better than a normal kitchen scale – no batteries required. Yup, I’d say your crap-raincheck is still perfectly valid.

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  4. Christine Smith
    September 3, 2020 @ 9:44 pm

    Seriously, where is the reality TV show VEB? I want to see the Christmas intro special on air in December!!

    Absolutely love the scales and how you are happy with the non-shiny antiqueness of them. (so many antique things ruined for the love of shiny)

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  5. Maaike in Cali
    September 3, 2020 @ 11:56 pm

    I was a little upset on your behalf to learn that Paul doesn’t read your blog. I asked my SO if he would read my blog – you know, if I had one – and he said – maybe, if I wrote anything interesting. Huh. Now I’m a little upset on my own behalf….

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  6. Donna Gibson
    September 4, 2020 @ 12:04 am

    I am so excited to see where aggressively festive goes!! Also, kittens!!! Lore kittens! Or an update on past kittens in their new homes perhaps? I still feel that I missed out on adopting even though I’m so allergic I’d clawmy face off

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  7. Donna Gibson
    September 4, 2020 @ 12:08 am

    More kittens not lore kittens. That’s what I get posting without my glasses on. How is Webster doing? I miss stories about Webster !There should be books about Webster he should have his own website Webster’s website

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  8. Laura
    September 6, 2020 @ 10:05 pm

    What about putting the scale on the porch? You could do plants in the spring/summer, pumpkins/gourds in the fall, and probably aaaaall kinds of Christmas awesomeness and evergreens for winter. It would be lovely. Have fun deciding where to put it!

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  9. Casandra K MacAlan
    September 10, 2020 @ 2:37 pm

    Your posts are one of the few things that bring me joy in 2020. Please for my sanity forward this on to Paul, so I can beg and plead with him to:
    A. Move faster on those cabinets, we NEED another kitchen post.
    B. While we are waiting, let your glorious, yet dervish – y (word?) wife, purchase more GFT’s!
    As a fellow cat fosterer for the past 10 years, I also would appreciate more kitten posts (even though I have my own at present – check out FB)
    As California burns around us and the sky is an orange mess filled with smoke and ash, I lay in bed contemplating never moving, and wondering if I leave the front door open, if Doordash will bring my grubs direct to beside. You VEB have made me smile as I check my email in bed. You couldn’t know how impossible I thought that was. Thank you.

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  10. Coreena
    September 17, 2020 @ 7:24 am

    OH. MY. GOODNESS. As a lover of GFTs, I am consistently amazed at your prowess in finding such rare and beautiful pieces. If you ever decide you are going to part with your amazing find, PLEASE let me know. My husband and I actually are the very proud owners of two (yes, that is correct) scale companies. We sell, service, and calibrate scales and scale systems for industries. So your very amazing, beautiful find is something has inspired me to do some research online to find something similar for my office.

    On a side note, when I first introduced my husband to your blog, he got a little crazy shopping Craigslist, which I totally did not mind. While we have found a few nice things on Craigslist near us (within 2-3 hours), such as a wicker porch swing; a like new Jenn-Air down draft range, so no ugly vent; and a mantel that we turned into our own portal to Narnia in one of our bedrooms, most of what is on Craigslist here is not nearly as awesome as what you find near you. Or maybe we are not spending enough time trolling. . .

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  11. Karen
    September 24, 2020 @ 10:38 pm

    Love it

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