Monday, April 06, 2009

Reno Pic of the Day

I thought you might be interested in seeing one of the weird discoveries of this reno. Look on top of our old stove. Do you see the little grey ceramic toilet? That was between the walls of our kitchen!

I think when the walls go back up, I'm going to slip in a beautiful heart-shaped rose quartz I have. That's sure to create a different kind of blessing in the kitchen.

9 comments:

Amy said...

I love it!

Jessie said...

heehee! the famous toilet!! how weird.

i put the hair of my wolfie in the last walls i built. ;) i didn't realize that putting stuff in walls was such a popular thing. but toilets...that definitely wins for creative thinking!

Isle said...

We found empty beer cans (of course) and small plastic horses and corral fences. They're all going back in the walls as they go up, plus more of our own odd bits.

Jenn said...

The famous toilet! Thanks for sharing the picture and the story as well. I think it's planted a little thought kernel in my brain for a story one day. I love the fact that you're replacing it with your own artifact when the walls go back up too!

Tori said...

My Aunt found a ring in her walls. She let me have it. It's beautiful and one of my favorite treasures. A toilet is something interesting to find!

Caroline said...

Yes very unusual!

Old newspaper is the most interesting thing we ever found...

peppylady said...

When you said reno. The first things comes to my mind is town of Reno Nevada.
A rose quarts would be nice.

Coffee is on.

Kel said...

now that is an interesting addition to the walls!

we put blessings from friends all over the world in our new home/retreat

http://anamrae.blogspot.com/2008/01/walls-of-blessing.html

Pink Heels said...

Too funny! When I was around 8 years old my parents completely rennovated our house. As they were putting up the drywall, my younger sisters and I decided to drop our toys and money in for good luck. We also decided that it would be a special timecapsule for someone to find. I'd like to tear the wall down now. We put about $100 in it. I have no idea what we were thinking...obviously we weren't thinking! LOL