We are so glad you’ve found your way to the blog, we are Courtney and Cassi Lyman, mother and daughter from Texas who share a love of vintage..and a lot of laughs.
If you love vintage, you know that each piece is unique and tells a story of another time, has character and imperfections, and can bring back a ton of memories. We think those stories are important, and we look forward to sharing with you. We also feel that your story is important, and we hope the blog will be a vehicle to share those stories.
Welcome to Charity Sparrow, where vintage tells a story.
Publisher, Lifestyle Editor
Cassi is a Starbucks lovin’, sassy but sweet college student who loves Jesus (but hates homework). Her love for vintage leans more toward mid-century mod, but she’ll gladly help her mom go junking for rusty gold as well. She’s artistic, loves animals and her boyfriend, Lee. Cassi is a student missionary, and plans to become a Christian counselor after graduation.
Publisher, Managing Editor
Courtney is a wife, mom of two beautiful daughters, and now an accidental blogger who loves Jesus, her family, vintage, classic rock, and a great cup of coffee. She’s a picker, junker, and all-around vintage hunter. If you see her hopping out of her car, don’t panic, she’s just trying to save a curbside castaway from the dump, just smile and wave.. and if need be, help her get that thing loaded in the trunk.
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