Thursday, April 4, 2013

D is for Dawg - A to Z Writing Challenge topic


“Dawg,” that is the word you say when you discover a really great thrift shop find.  Another dawg-sayer is Randy Jackson, a judge on American Idol.  A “dawg” find of mine was a table top lead crystal lamp in perfect condition from Goodwill.  It was a $20 thrift shop find right around my birthday ~ HB to me!


I think I may have violated an unwritten rule of AtoZ - using "D" for dog (albeit spelled differently).  Shush, don't let them know ....

A to Z Challenge [2013]

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15 comments:

  1. I'm a dawg fan as in GA bulldawg fan. It's a sothern thang.

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  2. I wont tell if no-one else does! Thanks for stopping by my blog, visiting from the AtoZ Challenge x

    theramblingpages.blogspot.com

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  3. I love going to thrift shops. I love finding old books.
    I went to Southern Illinois University where our mascot is a Saluki, an Egyptian running dog. We called them Dawgs too.

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    Tim Brannan
    The Other Side and The Witch
    Red Sonja: She-Devil with a Sword
    The Freedom of Nonbelief

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  4. Loving the use and spelling of the word Dawg!! (from an Englishman!)

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  5. What a Dazzling thrift shop find! Very pretty and good price! Dawg gone it, I never get that kind of bargin at GoodWill :) I have found a couple of vintage quilt tops and pieces tho. Thanks for stopping by CITExas gal.
    Sue~CollectInTexasGal
    AtoZ LoneStar Quilting Bee

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  6. I voted for you, and God bless the dawgs...my are barking as I type this :-)

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  7. I promise not to tell...and it's a lovely lamp *Dawg*

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  8. LOL, dawg it is!

    Beth
    http://bethlapinsatozblog.wordpress.com/

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  9. Awesome finds! There's nothing like finding treasure at the thrift store!

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  10. That lamp is so cute! I would have squealed with delight if I'd found it.

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  11. Enjoying your posts. I also love searching second hand shops. You never know what forgotten treasures that you will find.

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