January 25, 2012

The Case of the Missing Vases has been Solved!

I found them!

I have solved The Case of the Missing Vases.

You may remember this post about my missing vases.Well, I searched everywhere and today, while passing a chest of drawers in my guest room, I got this feeling, "Open up the bottom drawer."

And there the beauties were! In a totally empty drawer that I never put anything in because it always sticks.

Woo hoo!


Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Very nice! Do I see some fresh flowers coming home for the weekend?:@)

Grammy Goodwill said...

YAY! Glad you found them. They're lovely.

Phil and Darby Hawley said...

Yay! Don't you love it when you've been looking for something and it finally shows up? It's like they're new all over again :-)

Beauty Blogger Bri said...

See, what did I tell you...you'd find them once you stopped looking ;) Congrats Carmie! What are you going to fill them with?

Kris said...

Well, I'll be dang! I've done that before too...put things in a place and not be able to remember where I put them only to find them months later.

At least you can still use them for fall/winter decor. Next question, what will you put in them?

Hope all is well with you.

Lisalulu said...

hope you found them for your friend in time!!!!

kerrie of sea cottage said...

Hi. I got my art studio table at Ikea! They have many choices of table top and legs. The legs I chose also come in white. The table top I chose is plain, simple white and a great price. As I recall I believe the entire thing was $160 and is worth every penny. I love it!

Ellen said...

I love when something that you think is missing is found. I could not find some things from when we moved to our current house in 1999. In the fall of 2010, my husband wanted to show some friends some antique teacups and, lo and behold, the things I couldn't find for 11 years were found! I was so excited. One item was rosary beads I received for my First Communion and another was a prayer my mom gave me when I was pregnant with my son in 1989. It took St. Anthony a little longer than usual, but he still came through!

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