The Hands That Feed

Your thoughts about coconut cookies and what makes your happy brought endless smiles to my face.  Thank you to all of you who took the time to share.   From rainy afternoons, to rum drinks and hot tubs, hearing what helps you find your happy has reminded me of all the little things that can create some light on a down day.

I’m headed to Palm Springs this weekend to visit my grandparents.

I’m rushing to hit the highway.

I promise that upon my return I will tell you about these- the hands that feed.

Hope you all have a happy weekend.  Make it so!

14 thoughts on “The Hands That Feed

  1. I did a double-take when I saw the picture of the salt shaker, as I still use my set. I think I purchased it in the 70’s. It’s Tupperware.

  2. WOW I too have instant memories of my childhood. My Mum had one of these sets too – and probably still does – I could be wrong, but I think it is a Tupperware set.

    Sandi :)

  3. Those hands look like, “don’t worry, my daddy will fix it” hands. Hope you had a great visit with your grandparents in Palm Springs. I think of my grandparents every day.

  4. Me too…it’s the same one we had when we were kids. Never thought I’s ever see it again. How quaint! Have a safe trip Joy, & come back overflowing with tales!

  5. Ditto what others have said — my grandma had the same S&P shaker set. What a wonderful flashback you gave me this morning =)

  6. That salt shaker gave me an immediate childhood flashback…my mom has used that same one “since before you were born”!! Where is it from, do you know?

    Have a great time in PS – stay cool!

  7. I just had to tell you how much I love this picture – my grandma has this same salt shaker, and it looks just as worn. You have pulled on my heart strings :)

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