Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Happy-Ness ;)

Hello, Dear Ones! It's so wonderful that you allow me to come into your lovely homes and your kitchens! Today I'm thinking about my kitchen! I've seen yours and honeys, you have some wonderful kitchens! Some are huge with lots of space, lovely counter tops, lots of light streaming in the windows...oh, I try my best not to covet, but it's a little hard sometimes!

You see, my kitchen is tiny. It's little and it's olden! 1970s olden.

But I do the best I can with my tiny, olden kitchen.

There's not been a real update in here for many years. Probably not since the house was built! Now when we moved in, I did paint the cabinets white. They were a dirty cream color and I just couldn't live with that. So I painted.

We did put in a new sink and faucets a few years back. I know, I know, it could be cleaner and I've got dirty pots and pans soaking in the sink!

Yes, I let some of my dishes just air dry! My mother hates that I do this! She always would wash her tiny dishes and then she would dry them and put them away! She always had the wettest dish towels ever! :)

I've tried to put out things I love in my kitchen. Now you all know how I love my Roosters! Yes, that's with a capital "R"! And I do have one little window in here that gives me some nice morning light!


But Dear Ones, do you see my counter tops? They are not stone, or granite or even laminate! No, no Nannette! They are the real thing ~ Formica! Yep. And if you're a young one, you probably have never even heard of Formica! Well, let me tell you, for counter tops put in almost 40 years ago, they're still holding up! I hate that! I don't think you can wear these puppies out! Really! I chop on them, cut bread on them, set hot pots on them and they always look the same!
I guess they don't look so bad because they're mainly white with teeny tiny little line drawings of green flowers. You have to get up pretty close to see the green.

We were making plans to remodel our little tiny olden kitchen last year! We were not going to knock out any walls or change the shape of it, just new counter tops and resurface the cabinet doors and things like that. Well, Hurricane Ike hit, Mother had to move in with us, Mother fell and broke her arm and we didn't feel she could live by herself anymore so we moved her into a retirement home. Expenses, expenses, expenses!

Needless to say, we haven't been able to do the things to my little tiny olden kitchen that we'd planned. Maybe some day! I know this is a little bit of a different post for me, but you're all my friends and I just needed to whine a bit! I'm okay now and I do thank you for hearing me out!


So, I'll clean up my little tiny olden kitchen, scrub the sink and get it shiny clean, dry my dishes and put them away and have the wettest dish towel (Mother will love this), look at my little treasures all around me, go to Kroger and buy some flowers for myself, place them in a crystal vase and set them on a lace doily that is sitting on top of my Boos Block. Why is my big ole Boos Block always sitting in this exact spot you may ask? Well, Dear Ones, the big ole Boos Block is covering up a big old hole in the top of the Formica! Yep! There was an olden Jenn Air grill in here that didn't work and we had it taken out - hole made!

So please forgive me for acting a bit childish and please forgive me for whining! I'm going to thank my lucky stars I have a little tiny olden kitchen with one little window and Formica counter tops and be thankful! Yes I am!

Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song~

Don't Worry, Be Happy

Here is a little song I wrote
You might want to sing it note for note
Don't worry be happy
In every life we have some trouble
When you worry you make it double
Don't worry, be happy......

Ain't got no place to lay your head
Somebody came and took your bed
Don't worry, be happy
The land lord say your rent is late
He may have to litigate
Don't worry, be happy
Look at me I am happy
Don't worry, be happy
Here I give you my phone number
When you worry call me
I make you happy
Don't worry, be happy
Ain't got no cash, ain't got no style
Ain't got no girl to make you smile
But don't worry be happy
Cause when you worry
Your face will frown
And that will bring everybody down
So don't worry, be happy (now).....

There is this little song I wrote
I hope you learn it note for note
Like good little children
Don't worry, be happy
Listen to what I say
In your life expect some trouble
But when you worry
You make it double
Don't worry, be happy......
Don't worry don't do it, be happy
Put a smile on your face
Don't bring everybody down like this
Don't worry, it will soon past
Whatever it is
Don't worry, be happy
~sung by Bobby McFerrin

60 comments:

  1. I actually like the vintage-ness of your kitchen and everything is so clean and bright BUT I know how sometimes changes/upgrades are nice. Our present home had DARK green formica countertops and we did get granite to replace. I opted to leave the old oak cabinets; there are just too many to refurbish. I've decided the important thing is to surround yourself with things that you LOVE and the smaller details don't matter so much. As I said, I think your kitchen is beautiful and I love the Roosters!

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  2. You are so funny! Love my visits.
    You are such a good daughter that I know some day you'll reap your rewards in the form of granite.
    Your kitchen is lovely and clean till then.
    Have a great week Shelia.

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  3. Shelia,

    I think Mildred is right when she says that you just need to surround yourself with the things you love and you have done that with your cute little roosters and pretty flowers and lace.

    Everyone knows my house is old and small. Not historical old, just 1940's old and it will never look fresh and new. I think that is why I have so much clutter in every room, not only that there is no room for anything, but it distracts from the "oldeness" lol!!

    When I did my last post on bookshelves I thought "Now everyone will see how tacky this is...that I don't have big walnut bookshelves or a library!", but hey...this is what I have and I do the best with what I have and so do you, sweetie!!

    And by the way, there are dishes in my sink and I let them air dry in a drainer on the other side. I grew up with one sister washing and me drying. If I wasn't fast enough, she would pour water over the dishes in the drainer to give me a harder time! Woe to me!!

    I liked this post and your song started my day right!! :-)

    xoxo
    Janie

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  4. Shelia, I LOVE your kitchen and all the beautiful Roosters...that's with a capital "R"! Everything looks so clean and slick as a ribbon!!! But, have no doubt...you will have those granite counters someday...I just know it!!!! Love the song too...I need to sing it all day today!!!!!!!!!!! Nancy

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  5. Oh Sheila ! I love your little kitchen - I always thing a "worn in" thing is the best ! Your kitchen is very cheery and you have done well with decorating it and adding your "Sheila Touches", as I would call them ! I love all your roosters and that lamp !
    Hugs ~ Kammy
    p.s. I always have dishes in my sink - hey we USE or kitchen, duh ..

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  6. Morning Shelia-ness~

    I ♥ your kitchen. It's big and your little touches everywhere are perfect. I have dreamed of a big kitchen....more cabinets space ( like 42" cabinets ) an island...etc. But then when I'm in there cooking or chopping up a salad....I sigh and say there is no place like home. I know that's how you feel when you are in there. One day I hope to paint my cabinets white....I think that's what it really needs.

    Love your picture with the yellow flowers!

    Hugs~ J

    p.s. Have you thought about hosting a kitchen tour~ wouldn't that be fun? We could get lots of ideas....for big or small spaces. :) winks.

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  7. Your flowers look so bright and cheery! Sometimes we all need to just let go and share our discontent as well as our joys! Life is not always easily updated. Sometimes we just have to wait and know that changes will happen in their own time. Your song reminds me too, Be Happy.

    Have a great day.

    Charla

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  8. You have an adorable Kitchen!!! I wish I could just stop over for Lunch today!!! LOL!!!

    Be Happy, Don't Worry...I love that song!! I just added it this morning...to my blog!!!

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  9. I think you have a lovely kitchen....let me make you feel better. If you are familiar with my site, you have NEVER seen a picture of my kitchen. There is a reason for that...it is the ugliest, darkest, tiniest kitchen in the world....I think it is listed as such in the Guiness Book of Record. I have dark oak cabinets and green, yes I said green countertops. It is horrible. I want to remodel, make the kitchen bigger...it is a galley kitchen...but hubby, I love him dearly is the dumbest man when it comes to knocking out walls, reformatting etc.....he absoutely thinks that you keep the footprint of the house...ahhhhhshhh...rather than fight about it or really put my foot down, I live with it...but, I'm soon going to be pulling out the paint and doing some reformatting of cabinets, etc for a short term change...and then in the next 1-2 years, Mama is going to throw a fit and get me a huge kitchen. Now this is whining. LOL

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  10. Oh Shelia! You are too funny! I love your "olden" kitchen! I'm not a stainless steel and granite person. And look at all of the cabinets you have! I love your Roosters, too! I think it is cute...but I understand! Hope you are having a great week!...hugs...Debbie

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  11. You know your posts always make me smile. I just read your post about your lovely figurines and it started my morning off with a smile.
    Now on to your kitchen. Kitchens don't have to huge to be beautiful. I love your kitchen because it is cheerful and welcoming, and of course I love your roosters since I might have one or two or maybe even thirty. Everyone is entitled to give out a whine or two once in awhile. Have a wonderful day.
    Jean in Virginia

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  12. GM Dear Pickel...now girl you know I love your kitchen and did so even on RMS...love all your roos and the Red just makes it pop..And girl its your party and cry if you wnat to..ha ha!! Hope you have a great day my dear friend...hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  13. I certainly do not mind listening to your kitchen woes today after your kind response to my whining about my bittersweet day yesterday. Thanks for your advice - I did save back a couple dolls and clothes including the tiniest pink Barbie sweater I knitted on the tiniest needles! Your kitchen looks very similar to mine with white cabinets and Formica. I've grown to love mine and am thankful for what I have. Yours is very charming and warm!!! Sally

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  14. I do so understand. There are so many thing I would love to change and sometimes you just can't. Your kitchen looks like love and to me that's the most important thing. Also the fact that you are so thankful for what you have shows what a special person you are. I love that quality about you. Whining is good for the soul every once in a while. Hugs, Marty

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  15. This could be my kitchen. We are going to start a redo soon and I'm dreading it...it's going to be big$$ and a MESS.

    My home was building in 1970...that makes it almost 40 years old...wow...almost as old as ME!

    xoRebecca

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  16. I do know what you mean! I see some beautiful kitchens out there and it's hard not to compare. Hey, I figure just hold on to it all and it will be "the vintage" look before too long! Your kitchen is filled with Love! We all know that! Love your watchful roosters waiting for a sweet treat from your oven.

    See ya!

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  17. I think your little vintage kitchen is lovely! All your roosters look so cute.

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  18. I think your "tiny and little " kitchen is big on charm though, its just precious. And so clean! Looks like a wonderful place to sit and chat with a good friend, as we just did. Thanks for having me.
    AS for your mom, I will lift you in prayer. We are going through our own thing with my husbands grandma. We hope to have her moved into a nursing home this week. She needs that care. Say a prayer for me too.
    Hugs!

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  19. Lets form a club...bloggers with older kitchens...or something like that...we can pretend we're keeping things just to be special and that way we can all feel "aloofy" and special!!!

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  20. I ADORE your kitchen. We always want what we can't have.
    I too air dry my dishes and currently have pots soaking.
    Such kindred spirits are we. :)

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  21. Oh Sheila I think your kitchen is the sweetest ever! I should post my kitchen- 50's pink tile that comes up very easily as the adhesive is dried out, 40's metal cabinets that need repainted at least, black 40's countertops with the metal strips around edges which are bent and catch all number of crumbs and the counter has burns and all sorts of marks. Then we have the butcher block that is a terrible sight to behold. Oh how can I forget the avacado green stove!!! Like you, missionary salary does not leave room for a big remodel job. I am hoping my little new beekeeping business will make a little money here and there to stash away for that one day!!!

    blessings
    mary

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  22. Shelia ~ Your kitchen is cottage chic darling ... you've done a lovely job with the decor. Love the chickens, so colorful. Have a beautiful day. TTFN ~Marydon

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  23. You kitchen is precious...and actually is on the large (or maybe medium sized) compared to mine! However, I love my kitchen too. I KNOW you've had some mighty tasty meals come out of that kitchen and some really good times, right?

    Your roosters are PRECIOUS!

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  24. I love this pretty kitchen!!! How boring would it be if we all had the same thing!!! New is over-rated!!! I love character and charm!!! Your home is as lovely and warm as you!!! I think that is so much more valuable...don't you?!!!

    I always feel so much more at home in a house filled with personal treasures and creativity than one deliverd straight from the showroom floor.

    Fresh flowers and burning scented candles can make up for a multitude of sins...in my humble opinion!!!

    This is a wonderful post!!!

    Enjoy!!!
    XOXO
    Cathy

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  25. O, darlin'...I am feeling your pain. I, too, have *gulp..formica. And, you are right...they MUST be made of TANK material 'cause they look the same as in 1980. Good grief, will they never wear out?
    Social Security says NO WAY when i ask about getting newness on my counter tops....bwaaaaaa
    NOW I AM HAVING A PITTY PARTY!!!*sniff...

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  26. I think your kitchen looks very charming. I wouldn't worry a bit about the formica. I always get encouraged when I look at my Shabby Chic books because Rachel always makes the "vintage" look purposeful and charming. It's now trendy to be frugal but for those of us that have always been that way, we feel a little behind. But we aren't! Think of what a good example you are to family and friends by putting your mom's health and safety before a remodel. You'll be blessed for it!

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  27. I love that you showed us what was in your sink! Your kitchen looks cozy, fresh, clean, and colorful (thanks to those wonderful roosters). Most of all, I can tell that its filled with love, warmth, and charm.

    Your description of your dish-drying style vs. your mother's reminds me of an Erma Bombeck column I read years ago. She and her mother also approached working in the kitchen differently. Erma moaned that her mother would wash measuring cups in hot, soapy water --- even if she had merely used the cup to measure WATER!

    Stay the sweetest Sweetie!

    Bill

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  28. I think your kitchen looks pretty good-fresh and bright. All your little touches make it homey.

    Carolyn

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  29. Your kitchen is very charming! The flowers add even more charm!

    Hugs & Blessings,
    Carol

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  30. Oh my little friend... Do you know how many people want the 70's look in thier kitchen??? A ton!!! I love the look of your kitchen and at the most would only replace the FORMICA.... BUT it looks great and I see nothing wrong with it... It could be smaller... ha ha Look at the one in Tassie... ;-D

    Love Ya
    (((HUGS)))
    Donna

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  31. Oh Shelia! I adore your beautiful kitchen! It's spotless and so fresh and pretty. You don't have to have all those shiny things to make a loving and heartfelt meal for your family. You are blessed!
    Your roosters are adorable.

    Would you like to follow my blog or "join this site" as they call it now? I would sure love to have you my friend. You're always welcome and I've missed seeing you on there. :)

    Have a blessed day.
    ~Warmly, Melissa :)

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  32. Hi Sheila
    Your kitchen is lovely. It's bright and clean and cosy. It's also bigger than mine! I have rooster/chicken accessories in my kitchen too! I love how you say faucets, we call them taps in England. You asked me about the car bonnet, that's at the front of the car. The trunk at the back of the car we call the boot. Weird I know! Have you heard of our Car Boot Sales? That's where people fill their car boots with stuff and then drive somewhere like a field or parking lot and it's like a huge flea market.
    Lindsay
    x

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  33. Oh Sheila,
    I just love your charming kitchen!! You have it decorated so cute and it has so much character! I understand how it's nice to get things new but you have made this a beauty! Hugs to you, Cindy

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  34. Oh my gosh Sheila, we left our seventies house almost two years ago for a new build (not happy) and the only updates in our 70's kitchen was pretty much the same as your update, except one time new formica counter top. Oh Sheila, i absolutely adore your kitchen and want to move in, i so miss my seventies house, i miss every inch of that house. Im in awe! with this post. We now live in a new build and even though im thankful to have a roof over our head, i would move back to my 70's house in a heart beat. Our new house isn't large and it has no upgrades, no granite, no fancies at all. Thanks for sharing your most gorgeous kitchen, i have really enjoyed this post. I also wanted to congratulate Nancy for winning that beautiful pillow, im sure she will be in her glory with that little darling pillow. I had a special spot picked out for that beauty, any way i can convince you to make another one for me to purchase...lol Hope you have a great tuesday.
    hugs
    janet

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  35. Shelia, your kitchen is a keeper! It's so clean and pretty. Really.
    And if you can believe this, my kitchen is way smaller, torn up at the time. Planned to remodel it and then a hail storm hit. The roof repairs are coming along and then the porch will have to be rebuilt...a kitchen maybe next Spring. Our 124 year old house has a dinky kitchen that we will update soon.

    While life is in motion and not going 1000 percent as we had planned, let's put some music on.

    Today is my Birthday. Plez come over for virtual cake.
    Blessings,
    ~D~

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  36. I actually like your kitchen, Shelia. It's nice and bright! And I like the window by your sink...Christine

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  37. Hmm, I see in the crystal ball ... yes! I see ... granite tops and shiny new cabinets coming! When? Oh, soon, little, tiny Shelia, very soon. You just hand in there, now.

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  38. Shelia I must say that I really like your "olden" kitchen a lot--it's very charming and welcoming, like a dear friend. I know that life often does get in the way of our best-laid plans. Hopefully a kitchen makeover will be coming to your house before too long. I don't think you're whiney at all my dear!

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  39. Thank you Shelia!
    I really appreciate it. :)

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  40. Shelia, dear girl....your kitchen is just like you....charming!!!!

    You are allowed to whine a bit because underneath it all....you are a very grateful person. I can feel that in you.

    You are just the best!!!!

    Hugs, Barb

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  41. I like your olden kitchen, Shelia, and I've got an olden kitchen, too... 100+ years olden. We didn't do it fancy, but I like it AND my formica counters with it! LOL! We do, however, have granite in the other place, but I still like my formica. PLUS it doesn't hurt dishes if you put one down on it hard.

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  42. Your kitchen is lovely Shelia. I laughed when you talked about the camo on the Jenn grill site. When we had kids, our dishwasher would die. We couldn't afford a new one, so out it went. I would sew a skirt and put on a tension rod. That is where we put extra can goods and pop! It worked! I do hope you get your granite or whatever...I tell you my hubs granted this wish in our new home and it is the BEST! You will love it when the time comes....

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  43. Hello Shelia...

    Just read the sweet note that you left for me on my Christmas dishes post...I always enjoy when you come by for a visit and thank you so much for the sweet comments!!!

    My friend...I love your olden kitchen!!! I love the bright light and freshness of the white...and my friend, you have decorated it so beautifully with all of those colorful Roosters (you noticed that I capitalized the 'R' in rooster? Hehe!) I guess life isn't about what we don't have...we're all so blessed, aren't we? But what you do have is a beautiful kitchen...olden and full of charm! And you still have your dear mama...and are able to help her!!! Now don't think I'm getting "preachy" my friend...you see, I am in the same ol' boat! With a teeny-tiny little kitchen...it's much, much smaller than yours, my dear! I have those retro 50's metal cabinets...still in pristine condition but what I would give to have some pretty white wood cabinets like yours! wink! Am I helping you to feel better yet? Hehe!!!

    Anyway, I love your kitchen and that fresh floral bouquet is just gorgeous!!! Ohhh...and I just adore that beautiful crocheted tablecloth too!!!

    Hope that you're having a terrific Tuesday, my friend!

    Chari

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  44. Sheila....first of all I really appreciate how darned honest you are. You are not bragging about your kitchen, you are showing us all your beautiful kitchen that you have right now and believe me when I tell you it is much nicer than my 1983 kitchen! We have been trying to save money for a long time to redo our floor and paint the cupboards and new backsplash and so on. The closest we have come are new faucets, refridgerator, and radiant range. Those were all expensive and not the top of the line ones either! We all do what we can when we can do it. I always try to remember that there are women out there that as less fortunate than me and to try and be grateful for what I have right now. That whole story about feeling bad for not having a new pair of shoes until you meet a person that has no feet? It's not easy but I work at it. You have so much and are so very lucky, and that includes your talents and your love and your family. Your attitude about life just shines brightly through your blog. I wish I could bottle it....I'd be rich! Oh God....there I go again...see?...I am a slow learner! I love your kitchen and the loving touches you have in there my friend.

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  45. Hi Miss Sheila! I have to say that my counters are Formica as well. They are not as olden :) as yours though. At least everything is nice and white. I think that your kitchen is darling.

    Thanks for stopping by and entering my little giveaway. Your name is in the pot. : )

    ~Liz

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  46. Hi Shelia
    But you know...we love vintage don't we? Your kitchen is lovely...the nice white cupboards and a lovely window over the sink...see how pretty the flowers look in your kitchen too.

    Your kitchen is so cozy and you are right you have your favourite things out and thats what makes it your own lovely kitchen.

    Thank you for sharing your special room...its very sweet...*hugs*
    have a lovely day
    Judi

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  47. Shelia, your kitchen is so charming. I've never had granite countertops, and I have convinced myself I don't want them, because I don't want what everyone else has! If you had shown photos of this kitchen and not mentioned the countertops, I probably would not have even noticed what the countertops were, because there is just too much charm to see. The grass always looks greener somewhere else, doesn't it? Your kitchen is bright (love the window with the big ledge for displaying that wonderful rooster), and your kitchen is filled with charm. Looks like a place where I'd love to chat with you while you cook something up for me! laurie

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  48. baby girl...don't change it!!! I love it just the way she is!!! even your dirty dishes look good! lol
    have a wonderful week sweetie!

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  49. Whining? This wasn't whining! It sounds to me that even though your stuff is olden, you still love it! So, you'll have to wait a little longer for new countertops and to have the cabinets refaced. But, there's one tiny thing you CAN do now that will give it a fresh look. New cabinet and drawer pulls! Because really? Those cabinets are beautiful and just need some bling. Oh yes, I am a genius!

    Justiney :o )

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  50. Shelia,

    I think you're kitchen is adorable and I would have never thought it was from the 1970's. Sometimes just a few touches bring it up-to-date and yours doesn't look old. Besides, it looks like you and I love all of your rooster touches.

    Hugs,
    Gretchen

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  51. Oh Sweet Sheila, your kitchen is so homey and inviting. I do so understand expenses getting in the way of our dreams. It seems like around here they are "forever" getting in the way. As always mine are on the back burner once again.. will probably be there for quite sometime. Ok Lynne, enough whining.. have a super day darling...hugs ~lynne~

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  52. Your kitchen is homey and charming. I used to have one of those big kitchens, but now have my simple little kitchen. About ten years ago we sold our beach house and moved inland a couple of miles. I wanted to simplify my life and I'm glad I did. The only thing your home needs is to be welcoming to friends and family and I'd love to sit in your kitchen and chat over a cup of coffee.

    BTW, try and stop by for my Outdoor Wednesday post, there's a rooster in it that I think will give you a giggle.

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  53. Sheila, I don't see nothing wrong with that cute kitchen ! I love the white. I have a 70's kitchen too.It has just plain old oak colored cabinets that they made theirselves. I sure wish I had the guts to paint them white. Several people have told me I would be sorry if I painted them. But I don't know !

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  54. I think this kitchen is perfection! I love it! It looks so bright and airy, and so homey and inviting!
    And tell your mother it's much more sanitary to let dishes air dry than to use a dish towel!

    All the best,
    Eileen

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  55. Sheila, I LOVE your kitchen just the way it is. It's so clean and cozy and I wouldn't change a thing.

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  56. I like your kitchen. It looks so fresh and crisp with all of the white. I, too, have a tiny kitchen but it is so easy to keep clean. In fact, my whole home is tiny and again, it's a breeze to keep clean.

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  57. We still have formica counters and vinyal floors in the kitchen! With one child in college and another about to go into braces money is needed elsewhere! besides, your kitchen (and I hope mine) is welcoming and warm and pretty without all that expensive fluff. Would I love tile floors and granite counters? You betcha. Someday I will. Maybe....: )
    So justkow there areplenty of us out here who share the same kitchen envy (I also have house size envy, bathroom envy, front loading W/D envy...you name it!) but can still create a lovely home by surrounding ourselves with pretties and whipping up a little tasty and sweet magic in those kitchens!
    You my dear Sheila have a lovely home....every square inch of it!
    Love,
    Sue

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  58. I just love this table scape! Can you love a table scape? Well, yes you can you little sweet chickadee! :)

    Too cute!
    ~Liz

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