West: Atomic clock, finger painting by my granddaughter, water color I painted of my house, clock from Germany, three barbed wire hearts, a framed needle point of “You Are my Sunshine”, three more barbed wire hearts, an oriental fan, a framed drawing of my two daughters drawn by one of my daughters; in two glass covered cabinets: Pit, geode, two homemade fired clay objects, train engine, fossil, elephant checker set, aboriginal rhythm sticks, silver cup, African thumb piano, pocket watch, carved peach pit collection, cemetery print, 25 or so small figurines, pipe wrench, gourd maraca, three tea cups, Presidential Education Award for Excellence, grandparent card, Chinese calligraphy set, three watches, memento book, set of Johnson’s Universal Cyclopedia (8 volume set-1897), Random House Encyclopedia in one volume, Lincoln Library of Essential Information (one volume-1935), small coin set.
South: Print of wooden grain elevator, “Home Sweet Home” wooden plaque, print “State Line” signed by me.
East: Two shadow boxes with small photos and miscellaneous mementos, wooden plaque – “Peace, Love, Joy”
North: Framed painting signed by Barbara Kondzella, two authentic aboriginal boomerangs. On the floor of the north wall: Hutch with forty+ figurines, family pictures, wooden reindeer made by me, wooden vase made by Joe Dalrymple with wood from the Alice Springs railroad tie, fired dishes by our two grandchildren, miniature clock like the German clock on the west wall. Decorative pot with grass, small table with lamp, phone, DVD player and small TV, entertainment center with larger TV, books, children’s books, Wii; on top: wooden kissing dolls, bamboo, candles, vase with grass, Peyton bobble head doll. Small table with art work, charging station for Wii, nook. Stool made by Tim from family barn wood with three wooden buildings, vase with peacock feathers from Dad’s peacocks, four foot abstract rocking iron and rock bird.
Going around the room: couch with pillows, end table with wooden house, lamp and books, love seat, rocking chair, wooden table, easy chair, coffee table in front of couch.
Plus many other things of a temporary nature such as things the dog dragged in, the dog, a newspaper, a box of Kleenex, a condolence card from our veterinarian, a small table fan.
A rug on a hardwood floor.
PS: The Sheriff lives next door, police often sit by the grain elevator and the house has an alarm. The dog is viscous and you never know when I am home or will come home. All the stuff in the house only has sentimental value.