Giolla Fhaolain. drawer. August 25th , 2017.
1) Label the first compartment ME this is where you will keep the tools you use to enhance your abilities and diffuse your obstacles.
These Early American Hope Chests were not made with cedar on the inside. Cedar linings and bottoms are the additions of present day craftsmen to their Blanket Chests. This is a favorite feature among buyers since cedar eliminates insect pests and releases a wonderful aroma every time the lid is opened. This fresh smell can be rejuvenated by simply roughing the cedar with small grit sandpaper.
If you were to write down whats in your mental junk drawer, what would it look like? Would it be happiness, joy, love and gratitude? Or is your drawer full of anger, fear, frustrations guilt, and unforgiveness? How much time do you spend thinking about things that happened in the past that you cannot go back and change-but wish you could? Make today, the first day that you start to clear out the clutter in your mind. Start planning on how you are going to get rid of unwanted, negative thinking, thats holding you back and taking away your joy. If your mind is filled with negativity, your inner thoughts will ultimately translate into your outer character. If you think about some of whats in your mental junk drawer, you may find:
The two common elements of these Hope Chests are the top closing lid and the dark wood staining or paint. Dark coloring was necessary for the design elements to stand out, especially for the inlaid motifs. Beautiful hardwoods of Walnut, Oak and Eastern Pine were mainly used in the construction of these finely crafted Blanket Chests during this early time period.
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