We are currently renting a townhouse ... but will be moving into our own home next month. I have started pack up ... and thought I would share our "collectibles".
Our mantle is home of The Cat's Meow - wooden cutouts of historic buildings. From its website, catsmeow.com,
Welcome to the world of The Cat’s Meow® Village! Our village, proudly made in Wooster, Ohio, is full of wooden gifts and keepsakes created to represent the special places and times in our lives. Cat’s Meow keepsakes fit in the palm of your hand, and are a perfect size to display in your home or office. They set purrfectly on mantles, shelves, and ledges; or perch them on your wainscoting or molding above your windows or doorways. Casper, our black cat logo, resides on every piece we create, telling you that you have an authentic Cat's Meow!
Above is the first Cat's Meow I purchased from the Fort Meade Officers' Spouses' Club (OSC). It is Quarters No. 1 - home of the ranking flag officer. Note Casper in the upper left window!
Over the years, I found Cat's Meow at Betsy Ross' house in Philadelphia,
on the steps to the Capital Building,
and visiting the White House.
Casper also stopped by the Maryland Armory. What do you collect from your travels? One randomly selected commenter from this week's blogs wins a book choice from my convention stash. Comments are open through Saturday, July 11, 10 pm in Baltimore. I'll post the winner on Sunday, July 12, at SOS Aloha.
Kim in Baltimore
Aloha Spirit in Charm City
|Can you name the building?|