Deb ~ this post is especially for you! You have been a faithful
reader and dear friend. You asked me to show more pics of the
spice cabinet in my kitchen, so here you are.
When David and I first married, we moved to northern
Virginia just outside of Washington, DC. It was a very
exciting and happy time for us both ~ and especially for me
because of all the places we have ever lived Virginia held my
There was a cute little shop nearby that sold primitives. That's where
I found this sweet spice cabinet. It was originally stained, but I
painted it several years ago. Quite frankly, I like it both ways ~
painted or stained.
The dimensions of the piece are 32"H X 9 1/2"W X 5"D
I like the black wrought iron hinges and think they show up well
against the white. The piece is pine and has the one small
porcelain knob on the door. The door is screened.
I purchased this cabinet in the fall of 1989, so it is now 25 years old.
It's very dear to me as it has been in my kitchens in Virginia, Idaho and
now Texas. Y'all know by now that I am a sentimental sap.
I hope this answers all of your questions Deb. If you have any more just let
Off to the store now. I have spent the morning in keeping an eye on Bentley.
He had an allergic reaction to some flea bites (I thought we were rid of them).
Poor baby was scratching and itching and miserable. I gave him a tiny
dosage of Benedryl twice yesterday and have been watching him to
make sure he is okay. He spent the early morning cuddled up with me
and then later on with his daddy. He's not scratching any more and he is
catching up on the sleep he missed. He's truly my baby (and his daddy's
too) and I am like a mama hen around him. I can never relax if he is not
feeling 100% and am so relieved now. If Bentley was awake he would
wish y'all a happy Saturday. Since he is not, I will do it for him.
Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley