I may have a small addiction to vintage state plates.
Ok, so it’s not so small.
Ok, so it’s sort of huge.
Ok, so I should I probably get help for it.
I find them at yard sales, garage sales, thrift stores, my mom’s suitcase whenever she comes to visit . . .
I don’t have a wall big enough to display them right now, but when I do, I’m pretty sure I should hang them according to LCMS districts. Florida-Georgia Hawaii. Iowa East. Iowa West. Northern Illinois.
Don’t mind me. I can keep this up all night.
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Is the “Florida-Georgia-Hawaii” District just a joke? Or are you a little confused with geography?
Good call on the non-geos. Where’s your English plate?
Yet another reason to get rid of the non-geographic districts.
I’m not gonna rest until I know you have Texas and Tennessee.
And…..you are hilarious!
Edie – I was thinking the same thing about Tennessee. Maybe if we both are on the lookout, we can find one…
You ladies are too kind! I do have Tennessee, and I also have, um, three Texas plates. Yes. Three. Again, I have a problem.
I LOVE it! Do keep it up all night! I want to see more…