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What Do You Collect?

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone doing this evening?  We are doing great.  We just gave the puppies their first baths and they are now being cuddled by my little sister.  :)

Recently our family was talking about what certain people like to collect.  My oldest brother likes to collect Horses (there are a couple of brands he looks for, but there is one in particular that he loves), my Mom likes to collect Bear (again,  there are several brands she likes, but there is a specific brand that she really collects.  She is also trying to stick with the glass bears/figurines because it was just to much trying to find room for a bunch of stuffed bears).  Do any of you collect collectible coins?  How about a French Rooster Coin?  I personally have several things I like to collect.  I enjoy birds, horses (anything western really), etc, but I think a French Rooster Coin would be really neat too.  Now my little sister will collect almost anything.  She likes cats, dogs, horses (pretty much any animal that she thinks looks even a little bit cute!), anything Chinese themed, princess/girly items (figurines of purses, shoes, etc.), musical instruments, etc.  What about you?  What do you/your family members enjoy collecting?  Leave a comment and let us know!

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Comments

Darlene said…
I have a collection of wooden houses (cat meaws)
Darlene said…
I collect a few things. One is souvenir spoons and I have a couple hundred of those, I also collect yarn and knitting/crocheting pattern books. I have tons of those also. My hubby is the coin collector in our house.
latanya t said…
I collect cards. I have been doing so for about 15 years.
Steph said…
I collect toys and action figures. Shrek, Iron Man, Harry Potter, Toy Story, Up, Wreck It Ralph, Nightmare Before Christmas...and a several more. I love toys. :) I also have a pretty cool Nightmare Before Christmas snowglobe collection.
tat2gurlzrock said…
I collect pig figurines :)

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