Thursday, June 21, 2012

Helen Makes The News - as Usual

All right, it's not THE news, but it's a lovely interview and giveaway:

http://www.retrorevivalbiz.blogspot.com/


Thank you for inviting me into your home.


 I'll be back soon with a post about my visit to Nitty Gritty - vintage clothier. Yeah, you heard me right Clothier. Helen can talk fancy when it's called for.

12 comments:

  1. Hello Helen:
    We have been totally fascinated by your blogsister and lookalike Annie. She is every bit as quirky, amusing and charming as her virtual relative,no wonder that she has so many adoring fans.

    We were so pleased to read that we can expect more Spam receipts in future. We think that one can never have enough of this delicious vintage delight. It is so adaptable and tasty and one can always use it as a hard wearing floor covering if one cannot eat it all.

    Keep the posts coming, we are groupies. Best wishes to Annie....

    J and L xx

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  2. Thank you Jane and Lance. Spam as floor tile - it's brilliant! I'd like to say I accept the SPAM challenge but it is not challenge at all since the 1950s and 60s seemed to have a love affair with the stuff!

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  3. Swinging 60s retro romances... YES PLEASE!
    Danielle
    http://awonderfullifeinfullframe.blogspot.ca/

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  4. I cannot get enought of that wonderful stuff...Spam. We Utah people store food for the Apocalypse so I have several cases of the stuff. Bless Costco and those who stock her shelves...Amen. =D

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    1. REALLY? I always thought Hawaii was the Spam State. Long live Costco - because it has to outlive all the SPAM on it's shelves.

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  5. Fun interview! I'm a receptionist in a parts department... yep, customer service is living the dream:@)

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    1. Isn't it? I esp love when a boss or other type tells me I don't appreciate what it's like to be yelled at by a customer :)

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  6. Nifty interview, Helen - and so glad to meet Cindy! She sure knows how to do Retro! Joy! Kathy

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  7. I have actually seen this house built. Loved your interview - just like you and yes, I think that Helen should write some books too!
    Ohhh, if I ever find myself in Louisville.....

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  8. GREAT interview~ I discovered we have a few things in common, you and I! Besides crazy, I mean! Spam-where the ham ends- ugh- xo Diana

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