Saw this odd snowman in the aisle of the mini mall , on my way to the antique shop.. I am amazed at the cleverness of people. I really liked this...Bet he's heavy.
This was near by. An old window frame with a fake berry strand and old fashioned valentines .
Here's an old picture frame with chicken wire stapled to it and cute valentines pinned on. I love looking at the old valentine cards.
Found this teacart with a glass top, in the antique shop , which by the way it's called, Memory Lane Antiques. The owner is a very nice lady named Susan. We talked for a bit and she let me take photos. Told me my chair was purchased locally...so she wasn't sure it was Amish made or not. The gentleman's hat that I went to buy was no longer there, someone had bought it . You know if we snooze we lose. :):)
This is an extended area of Susan's shop. I spotted this Hoosier cabinet. Do you ever see something you would love to own and have no place for it? Well that's how it is with this sweet cabinet.
It's in great shape too. Here's the flour bin, looks as if it could hold a lot of flour. No rust.
Here's the base of the same cabinet. See that nice enameled top? Great shape. I just imagine this as the cooking, baking center in an old kitchen , years ago. Beautiful.
As I was leaving the shop, my phone rang and it was my daughter wanting me to go to Goodwill with her. Well , yes, I went. She's in a play and needed a pant suit. You would laugh, she tried one on that I picked out...she comes out of the dressing room and says, "Mom, did someone make this suit just for me ?" It fit to perfection. We had a great laugh over that. Angie's husband collects bobble-head sports figures....so I found a Don Zimmer one and bought it for him.
This was yesterday (Sat.) evening's sunset. Just at that last sinking moment of the beautiful sun.
Sunset photo from the road out front. You can see the strips of snow along the fence line. The sky was so pretty. I sure hope you had a great day. Wishing you a beautiful Sunday . XO