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  1. Your kitchen is darling and I love all the creative ways you have to store things. I myself live in a small cottage (compared to most bloggers) and I tend to use decorative stuff to store things as well. Like my decorative teapot on my window sill also holds my coffee filters…

  2. Once in a while, I have the same problem as Butterfly 8)(8. No matter what I try, I cannot access Comments. But I do enjoy your blog.

  3. I really like how you have the kitchen tools hanging from the rake. If the mice are gone, why don't you keep things in your cabinets anymore?

  4. You have such neat ideas, Brenda. I share many of them with my daughter who likes your style, too. Now I'm off to check out the chicken and dressing recipe!

  5. You create the neatest ways to store things. I enjoy reading your blog each day to see what you have done. Thanks for sharing all your ideas.

  6. I like all your vertical storage ideas. Great use of space done in a creative and visually appealing way. Love your profile picture, Brenda. Very pretty.

  7. Hi Brenda
    I enjoy your blog and look forward to it everyday. Just curious since you don't use your cabinets for food and dish storage. What do you put in them if anything?
    Thanks!
    LaDonna

  8. Your home is so cozy and makes a person feel so relaxed and welcome. You are so creative in your storage solutions, I get great ideas from you all the time.

  9. You always amaze me with all the inventive ways you find to store your kitchen necessities and they are all so cute too. Thanks for the shout out, that chicken and dressing really is so good. I think I need to put that on my list to cook this week too.

  10. Hi, Brenda. The rake and the cookie cutter cow hanging system are really cute as well as functional. I use one tiny finishing nail to keep pictures in their place, but putty is good when home is a rental. I find it really hard to find your comment section. It has happened twice now. xoxo Su

  11. Hi Brenda! Oh, I love the little wash boards, my little mother always called them 'rub boards'. That's a great idea and the little cow under the frame – darling! Hope you're doing well.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

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