Oh pseudo Pyrex, how you toy with my emotions.
Thanks to the enthusiastic response from my Pyrex loving thrifty pals, I'm going to go ahead this week and set up a Pyrex blog. It may not be until the end of the week that I have it up in its bare bones stage.
If there are any takers for designing a banner, let me know. It could just be some of your gorgeous Pyrex sitting on a well-lit table with the blog title which is TBA. Bounty Huntress had some good titles (although I don't know how I'd explain Porno for Pyrex to my mom - LOL) . If there are no takers, I'll try to cobble something together until someone with a pretty, funky, or pretty funky design comes along.
You can post as much or as little as you like. We'll just let it be what it is. I can already think of themes: The piece of Pyrex that made me a collector, my first piece of vintage Pyrex, memories of Pyrex growing up, awkward Pyrex shopping moments (Thrifted Treasure's crash scene?), people who think you're a little weird for obsessing over crockery, etc. You can reprint Pyrex episodes from your blog - whatever. Let's keep it loosey goosey and fun.
That's it. Let me know if you are good with setting up tags and stuff like that that I've never done.
P.S. My pseudo Pyrex (which is not real Pyrex) has nothing stamped on the bottom, so the mystery continues.
Here's some Billy Joel to get us pumped. There's lot's of images from the fifties and sixties, but no overt Pyrex stuff that I can see. I remember not being a Billy Joel fan, but loving this video. "JFK, blown away, what else do I have to say?"
Thanks so much,
*** News update*** Jeni from In Color Order has offered to design the banner. Thanks, Jeni!