Tiny treasures

August 25, 2019

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It was so good to see Kathryn. She is one of the best people I know, and it was a shot in the arm to spend time with her. Her daughter is going to have a great year.

Kathryn and Renata went out for lunch after church and Deborah came over for a bit to visit. We got to talking about childhood toys, and I was just sure that I had a Merlin game in the basement. I didn’t, but went down a rabbit hole with all the other stuff in there. There are papers and such from elementary, high school and college, but best of all, I found some of my miniatures!

I have always been fascinated by tiny things. I think it comes from reading The Borrowers – a book about some tiny people living in a house and using regular items to suit their needs, like drinking from a thimble. Anyway, I have most of a set of a fancy dinner set. The silverware was lost long ago, as were other pieces.

I also have some appliances and furniture: a clock, an eggbeater, a desk and a meat grinder. It is annoying to me that the scale is so off for all of these things.

I think I might be ready to get rid of them now. 🙂

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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3 Responses to “Tiny treasures”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Are they worth money? Maybe you could sell them on Ebay or something. Or maybe there are tiny people living in your house that you could give them to.

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  2. Debbie Said on:

    Aaaaahhhhhh, i love tiny miniature things! You can get rid of them to me! But you should keep! Make a little scene somewhere in your house or in a plant or outside before letting go of them. Soooooo cute! When i saw the first pic before reading, my mouth dropped open for the rest of your post!

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  3. Brady Gurganious Said on:

    I read the Borrowers to my girls this summer. Such a fun story. Those miniatures are fun. I agree with Debbie, you should create ‘hide’ them on display in the house. Or give them away . . .

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