The Old Mason Jar

I am an old soul and have always loved antiques, the smell of old books, black and white movies, homemade meals cooked with care, the sound of  vintage vinyl records playing in the background, the creak of an old rocking chair, folks gathered on the front porch sipping lemonade and talking about the weather, classic literature, the smell of fresh clean sheets hanging on the clothesline, and a simple life where words like “hurry” and “microwave” and phrases like “soccer mom” and “extra-curricular overload” are seldom heard. 

What could be more old-fashioned and simple than an old mason jar, the kind that: held grandma’s famous preserves, contained Great Granddad’s savings, and displayed Mama’s button collection?  And so began the blog entitled “The Old Mason Jar”.


Published in: on February 5, 2009 at 10:37 PM  Comments (2)  

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  1. I just read through your posts, I love the simple but important message the stories tell. I look forward to seeing more in the future :)

  2. Thank you!

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