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goingsilver

So true Ianto - we all benefit from smiles and happiness! Thank you ☺

That is a good thing.

goingsilver

Hello again Tea. Ah, I see, the fake books sound a lovely idea. ☺
And lol, yes, just 'Lorna' will suffice! ☺☺☺

goingsilver

Indeed it does Ianto! ☺

Teagardener

@goingsilver
G’afternoon Lorna, I’m laughing at myself, it’s a sure sign that I’M getting older when I call someone, “young lady” or “young man” :) Hmm, ‘Lorna’ from now on!
Yes, I knew what you meant about being “soggy”, most quiche bakers hope their crust is crisp and flaky. My tiny Mom taught me to brown off the empty crust shell for a few minutes, that helps, but if a quiche stays in the refrigerator more than a day, then it has the wet texture :/ Since you’ve got me to thinking about this wonderful dish, I think I’ll bake myself one this week!
Fake books :) I’ve been collecting antique books for many years, I love my old books . . but some of our home decor stores sell hollow (empty box) books that look real. The covers are either leather or fabric just like real ones. A person has to look carefully to tell the difference. I keep “little treasures” inside:) The one I bought yesterday absolutely looks real and looks sweet next to the books I bought dating from the late 1800’s. Now you know about my fake-book-boxes:) Have a good rest of your weekend!

It makes people smile and happy.

goingsilver

Thanks Ianto, I do too! ☺

I like this.

goingsilver

@Teagardener
YOUNG lady? Lol, oh I like you Tea! ☺☺☺
I was having one of my usual disturbed nights sleep and ended up feeling I may as well be awake and doing something!
Mature cheddar cheese and normal white onions since you are obviously still thinking about quiche! The soggy bottom reference was because in The Great British Bake Off (of which I am a fan) the contestants concerns and judges criticisms commonly feature soggy pastry bottoms! ☺
I like the sound of your excursion and browsing around books sounds great, but what exactly is a "fake book"? ☺

Teagardener

@goingsilver
Young Lady, are you still awake? I see you commented about 35 minutes ago :) Yes, this afternoon my mind drifted towards wondering what kind of cheese you put in your quiche and my best guess was, red onions. Some day I’ll figure out a safe way to send you our (my Mom’s) breakfast quiche recipe. Made with sausage, it’s not really low calorie :) Glad to hear you didn’t have a soggy bottom (Now I’m chuckling!)
My trip today was to Kentucky, not very far. I bought 4 antique books, 1 old book and 1 “fake book”, I had fun! Also took pictures of old barns, tractors, flowers and from a historic site, an octagon shaped home. This was better than staying at home and pulling weeds :) Have a good evening and sleep well . . .

goingsilver

Oh Tea, I have to chuckle at you thinking about my quiche! It turned out ok, and no 'soggy bottom' either! ☺
I like your imaginative ideas for the old cutlery, it would be fun to do. Hope you enjoyed your putter about and went somewhere nice?
Happy Sunday.☺

goingsilver

Who knew boring knives, forks and spoons could look so artistic Jill?! Thanks. ☺

Teagardener

@goingsilver
Hello Lorna, I though about your cheese and onion quiche all afternoon, (ultimate creativity in the kitchen) just what I’ve been craving lately! I’m sorry I couldn’t reply sooner, I drove to another state “to putter around a bit” :) @JillianB, Jill said it right, it’s Cutlery Repurposing ! I’ve been thinking, I have some of the tools, but nothing to bend metal, not even a slight curve, hmm. What would be fun to have is a small garden trellis made from old cutlery . . painted black or polished and coated with a clear varnish. Just something to think about :) Lol, no I probably won’t be posting this welding-cutlery-adventure :) Have a good Sunday my kind, British friend!

JillianB

This is a brilliant sculpture, love it’s cutlery repurposing. Great thank you Lorna

goingsilver

It's great isn't it! Thanks Pat.

pkin38

Very pretty !!!

goingsilver

Hello Tea.
I'm fine thank you. It is a scorcher of a weekend and I'm being very lazy today.
Nice time... ☺
I really like this one too. On first glance I didn't even realise that they were made with cutlery! When you have been creative with your silver set I hope you'll show it off. I am not artistic or creative in any shape or form - although I have made a cheese and onion quiche today! ☺
I hope all is well with you, and that you too have a great weekend.

Teagardener

Hello Lorna :))
How are you? This is an amazing sculpture! I recognize knives, forks & spoons in the creation of these birds! I’d love to have artwork like this in my garden :) I have an old silver set that can’t really be used set out with special dinners, I’ve always wanted to use our small welder and Do Something with them. I’m pretty sure I don’t want to try art birds like these, but a fork picture frame, a wind chime or a large wreath would be fun to try :) Thank you for all the great puzzles today! Have a good weekend . .

P.S. Yes, I beat you by 1 second :)

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