Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Country Store

 This is a recent jigsaw puzzle we completed. Wouldn't you just love to shop inside this store? I bet there are pickle barrels and potions, fabric and thread. And of course, penny candy










20 comments:

DeniseinVA said...

A great looking puzzle and yes I would have loved seeing inside. I finished one of my online puzzles tonight, two beautiful parrots.

Reanaclaire said...

What a beautiful piece of puzzle there, Ginny! Are you going to frame it up? It would be very nice for the hall...

Ann said...

Love the puzzle and YES, I would love to shop inside. I can imagine the wonderful treasures you might find tucked away on the shelves.

Hootin' Anni said...

I'd go inside. I need a new thimble!! This is like Little House on the Prairie Merchantile!!

Rose said...

I love a store that has a bit of everything...

Martha said...

What a great puzzle and of course I want to go in a browse around!

Jeanette said...

I love that jigsaw puzzle! And that quote is 100% my childhood!

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Cudowne zajęcie te puzzle, gratulacje

George said...

I don't think there's anything better than an old-fashioned country store. Your quote is a great reminder of how much things have changed.

Chatty Crone said...

I would love to go to that country store. Ginny tell me where you get your puzzles!

MadSnapper said...

yes, i would like to wander inside the country store.. i had no curfew becasue i was inside reading, and i was the one who YELLED my brothers name to make him come home and inside. no one had to make me eat, they needed to make me stop eating. ha ha

photowannabe said...

This makes me think of Little House on the Prairie...and yes I would love to go inside. Penny Candy and the pickle Barrel..definitely.
Sue

The Feminine Energy said...

What a fun puzzle, Ginny! Yes, I would love to shop in that store too. I find the older I'm getting the more I think about the good ole days and how things used to be. I never understood why old people did that, when I myself was young. Now I "get it" completely!!! ~Andrea xoxo

Inger said...

What a lovely puzzle, I would love to do that one. Where do you buy them? I like the quote too. Aren't you glad you were a child back then. I certainly am, life was simpler, yet so full of adventures. And how we learned to be responsible and independent.

Ruth Hiebert said...

That looks like a fun puzzle to do.

CheerfulMonk said...

I love the puzzle...it reminds me of a store where my sister and I bought penny candy. Trying to decide was the best part of it.

Mari said...

That's a great puzzle! I would love to shop there too.

LC said...

Awesome puzzle and the items you pulled out and enlarged added to a delightful visit to an earlier time.

Jenny the Pirate said...

LOVE your quote -- every word of it was true in my childhood. Screen? My sister and I did love to watch us some black and white TV but we were restricted as to how much time we were allowed. Now, that store in your puzzle? YES PLEASE! I would totally hang out there. Penny candy? Aaaarrrrrgggghhhh the pirate do love it so ... xoxo

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