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Hope you all have had a wonderful week. The weeks are speeding by for me, especially since there are events just on the horizon that I am not looking forward to at all. Funny, how that happens when you'd like things to slow down.
A few months ago, my mom asked me if I would like to have a set of mugs that belonged to my grandmother. I said yes, of course I wanted them. I remember my grandmother having these in her cabinet but I really never paid too much attention to them.
The pictures are Norman Rockwell photographs and the theme surrounds the sea and a grandfather.
There are four in the set and they really are neat mugs. These are dated 1985 and I have no idea where my grandma got them from. At first thought, I was inclined to think they might have been a giveaway of some kind, but knowing where she lived, I don't really think that was the case.
On the back of each is a title and a inscription that goes with the photo on the front of the mug. These are remarkably in great condition.
My son has a passion for the sea and the sand and the coast and I thought he might like them. One day I asked him if he would like to have them and he told me yes, one day. So I will keep them for him and hope when that someday comes, he will remember they belonged to my grandma and I hope he takes care of them. I was just glad he said he wanted them, because I can not think of anyone who I would want these to go to. I know he will take care of them, after all, he is my son...and he is a good son.
Happy Vintage Thingie Thursday!!
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