Sunday, June 13, 2010

Child labor

We had the 3 grand kids all weekend. Their parents went on a float trip.

So when you have children . . . put them to work.

Look at these little pea pickers. Bless their little pea pickin' hearts.

The little one . . .well we put her to work cleaning out cabinets.
I am working on getting some things ready for an auction. If anyone can tell me anything about the following, please drop me a line.

Sunday evening 7:00 PM 84 degrees.


Deanna said...

Isn't child labor great!

The pink is most likely depression glass. To get an idea of the value, go to ebay and do a search on pink depression glass. I think you will be surprised at what you find.

Dar said...

Time with the grandloves is always an exhausting reward.
Your pink dishes are pink depression glass, of which I also have several pieces. Do look them up as Deanna suggests...they have some value.
I love the glass caddy and your 1950's glasses or earlier. And the silver trimmed glass is from the late 50-60's...Mom has some. They too, you should be able to find on ebay. Good luck with the auction.
Have a Great Week

Brandi said...

Ah, yes... child labor. My husband is thrilled because in a few more years, he'll never have to mow the lawn again.

I have no idea what your treasures are, but the pink dish is beautiful!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Now, Gma... I hope you didn't work 'em too hard.. lol. They are too cute!

I know nothing about those treasures, but I do love the colorful glasses. Good luck!

Zoey said...

Oh,my, I cannot imagine what I would do with 3 kids for a whole weekend! (You can tell I have no grandchildren!) It looks like you had a lot of fun.

Good luck on the auction. I am hoping to see pictures and get all the details of how it went. :)

Heidi said...

How nice that you took on those little bundle of loves, my Mom just tells me know and my Dad will say yes he's the softie!! I love your glasses very mid-century. Your best bet is referance books at the library.

Sara said...

They look so intent on their labor!

I turned the girls loose on some green beans and they snapped half the bean off :( I guess they need more practice!