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Discussion in 'Hobby/Travel Forum' started by Gwen, Jan 23, 2006.
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Moss Rose Dishes
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Having travelled with and worked in the circus for the last 4 years of the 70's, I collected elephants.
I have since gotten out of that hobby, but before I did, I had amassed over 250 elephants that were stuffed, glass, wood, brass, coal, plastic, large, small, you name it.
Statues that say something about where I visited, in the 12" high area. I have a 12" bronze Mickey statue from Walt Disney World, a 12" Pewter cat from the Luxor in Vegas, a 14" tall handcarved tiki from Hawaii, and a 12" tall jade Gnesh statue from India. I have to be very discerning with these things, as real estate in SoCal is at a premium, and room for display is limited.
I collect stringed instruments. Got some beauties.
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So, are you wanting to trade a daughter or two for MORE aches & pains? I'm confused...
coins of all countries
My darling wife of 32 years collects:
Because I am not able to get out much any more due to the eyes and the health, I sit around and collect dust. lol
I mostly collect dust, too!
Forgot to mention one collection--I also collect rocks. I have a rock from almost everywhere I have visited.
I collect Eeyore items (figurines, stuffed or anything with him on it), Butterflies and recipes.
I have about 50 teapots .......... they collect dust
Being a teacher, I collect children's books. I use books in general, children's or otherwise, as art in my home.
And being as I don't like to vacuum, I also collect dead spiders!!
I collect wood so I can burn it in my wood stove. That way I get heated twice. Once collecting it and once by burning it.
I collect hymnals, spoons (dh started me a collection on our honeymoon) and musical instruments. Used to collect foreign money.