All of our outdoor projects came to an abrupt halt when that branch blew off the roof last week because that was when the fires around Portland got so out of control.
|Elephant Lamp. I have no recollection of keeping this. I have no idea what to do with it. LOL|
|Elephant Sprinkler. This attaches to a hose and then the water sprays out the trunk. I haven't tried it yet.|
I think I have finally opened and sifted every single unlabeled box in this house. We've taken a truckload of trash to the metro processing center and we have a number of piles that need to get donated to charities once Portland opens up again. Our basement storage area is looking much more tidy and organized.
Update the next morning. Getting worse. I've never been more eager for rain.
It looks like your grandmother had a "thing" for elephants!ReplyDelete
Your basement looks huge...we don't have basements here in Australia...they would make excellent storage areas...but I guess also a great "dumping ground"...LOL
Happy sorting - I hope the smoke clears and the fires burn down....we had very bad fires late last year/early this year. Tragic loss of life (though fairly limited), homes and wildlife. awful start to 2020 and then Covid. sigh.
Yes, my grandmother sure did. She had possibly hundreds of them. Most of them were sold at a garage sale back in 2009. I would have kept more but I collect dragons myself.Delete
I pray the fires are contained soon. I can't imagine what it is like to live with that threat. Blessings...ReplyDelete
There isn't much threat of our area actually burning out, but it is very discouraging to have such terrible air on top of coronavirus. Working outside was my one solace. 2020 just keeps getting worse.Delete
OMIGosh! I too have a thing for elephants and just found two items I need to start looking for! Very cute! Stay safe in Portland!ReplyDelete
I don't actually collect elephants; I collect dragons. More than likely these will end up getting passed on to someone else eventually.Delete