When I was a kid, I spent so many summers and weekends at my maternal grandparent's home, affectionately called "The Depot". My grandmother, Nanny, was born and raised in NYC and the daughter of immigrant French parents. I never fully grasped the intensity of her Southern transition until she was long passed and I was much older; she must've, somehow, gone from relatively cosmopolitan (if her teenage pictures were any indication) to practically rural very quickly upon marrying my son-of-a-farmer grandfather. She embraced the Southern aesthetic, for the most part, and always had a chiding and sarcastic sense of humor.
At The Depot, before the log cabin was built, my grandparents made a large warehouse-esque garage into a home by adding all of the necessary facilities, including a gas stove and a bathroom with minimal insulation. Nanny's sense of humor never faltered, from what I remember, and the bathroom was host to a hilarious assortment of accents. She had a bundle of dried corn husks that were labeled with "toilet paper" and a version of what you see in the images in this post.
Folks, potty humor is something I inherited from both of my lineages. And to carry on this tradition, I would like to offer this fantastic cross-stitched piece of restroom hilarity on to you. The piece, which I stitched all by myself over the past few weeks when I had some spare moments, is 5"x7", framed in a black wood frame waiting to be hung or displayed somewhere in your home. Please leave a comment on this post and tell me where you'll hang the Tinkle Sprinkle piece in your home. I'll choose a winner NEXT THURSDAY September 24th, around midnight. I will ship internationally - this piece needs a good home!
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