I found this street sign many years ago at an
antiques flea market. The vendor said is was
an old cast iron sign from San Francisco.
This weekend I decided to hang it over the
archway from the kitchen/breakfast area
leading into the living room.
I took down the chalkboard sign that was
This is such a better place for it than where I
had it. Don't know why I hadn't thought
of hanging it here where we can see it.
It was in my laundry room. On the back wall
with the antique washboards. I spent a few
days cleaning out the laundry room; all the
cabinets, even the tops, and all the stuff up
there, under the utility sink, organized all the
cleaning supplies, reorganized the shelves
on this make-shift bookcase made out of
old bifold doors. That's when I remembered a
friend suggesting that that sign really needed
to be somewhere where it can be seen.
"Too cool to hide" were her words.
So here's it's new happy home.
I'm liking it in here.
Welcome N MAY ST