All right, I'll tell you what it is.

But first, I have a new award in my cabinet! Tink thought that some of us were so industrious using all four words that we deserved something special....here it is.

Thanks Tink!

So, the two black things in the photo labeled Esplieglie ( or whatever) are very old pieces of dental equipment. The tall black piece on the right is a Bunsen burner and the scale on the left is for weighing mercury & amalgam for fillings. Did I ever mention my Dad was a dentist?

So, now you know, aren't you glad you checked back today?

Good evening all.


the Bag Lady said...

You are just raking in those awards, sis! Good for you.
(And, yes, the Bag Lady knew what those were - she just didn't want to spoil the surprise for everyone else!)

Reb said...

Thanks Sis - I knew that you would know.

Crabby McSlacker said...

Congrats on yet another award!

Dental equipment scares the bejeebus out of me, but at least you managed to make it look arty and scary at the same time.

Leah J.Utas said...

Thanks for clarifying. I wondered what those things were.
And congratulations on the award. You earned it.

Tink said...

I would have never guessed that.

Congrats on the award! :)

Dianne said...

I love learning something new

congrats on the award

Hilary said...

I chewed on that for a while but never did bite at the right answer. Cool stuff!

Reb said...

Thanks Crabby. I tried to pick the least scary stuff I have.

Leah, thanks. But you knew they were dental related, right?

Tink, thats why I chose those. Thanks for the award!

Dianne, thanks. Isn't it great to learn something new?

Hilary, thanks. Did you brush after?

Jo said...

Congrats on your award! Vintage dental equipment--so cool! I love old pieces that are perplexing.

I should be scared of the dentist but their chairs are so comfortable I usually fall asleep.

Reb said...

Jo, thanks! I have a bunch of stuff like that.