Our son helped hubby bring my OKC Grandma's buffet down from the old house. I will now be able to display my Fire King and Restaurant Ware. I somehow ended up with Aunt Maggie's set of yellow china that will look pretty in there as well. After dinner we looked at old pictures where I found this one of my Grandma and me when we lived in the little house behind Aunt Maggie's. Check out Grandma's glasses. Apparently they were very fashionable back in the fifties.
|Look at my leg - it looks like I had Rickets.|
I couldn't have - I was raised on Pet Milk.
My sister brought me two pair of Grandma's old glasses. One has little rhinestones on the frames and the other has a butterfly at the peak of the rims. They weigh a ton - well at least ten or twelve ounces. Slight exaggeration. I weighed them and they each weigh three ounces.
|I almost like the ones on top.|
My little Sierra tried on the pair on top. I took a picture but I better not post it. She would be really upset about it once she becomes a teenager.
Instead, here is a picture of her playing checkers with her Papa. She is a pretty good checker player.