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05 August 2019

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OH MY GOSH EVERY DETAIL IS DELICIOUS!!

I love what I see in your cabinet. But all I can think of is the house full of curios left by my m in-law. I have the task of finding them new homes. You can learn a lot while researching antiques, as you know.

If I ever get to come and visit, we will need to sit in front of this cabinet and you can pull each item out and tell me about its’ history. It looks beautiful and fascinating.

This made me grin in a good way, I was thinking about what your mom said when she came to visit for the wedding. 🤭

I love your cabinet of lovelies! They all reside together in this “neighborhood” and reflect a place you would like to “live”. And yet, each resident is beautiful and precious in its own right. Thanks for sharing!

Some sweet things I see there.

I always felt your home was like a museum. I would pay for tour. So many interesting things to see, so many stories.

Love it! I have a small cabinet like this. I never knew to call it a Curiosity Cabinet!

I am so glad you shared this with us. When you showed this to me, you said you were filling this to one day share with your grandchildren. Gabriel is going to love every single item you have collected over the years for him to see and touch and probably line up like a train. I believe you called it your Grandchildren's Cabinet.

Corey, how I long to run my fingers through all those items in the cabinet! Touching, sniffing, marveling at their beauty! If you open the cabinet doors, will everything fall out? Let me be there to catch (and pocket of few of) them!

Corey, somehow I am not surprised you have a Cabinet De Curiosity! It is lovely and interesting. I love the sheep!

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