I was visiting around today and one of you ladies had a little picture of the same print. Mine is hanging over the buffet hutch. She, too had placed a white bunny beside the pic. Too funny!
(just spent about 15 minutes back- tracking to find her but kinda like Dory from Nemo...after a while I forget what I'm swimming after!)
So, if you come by and you are her, please say so.
Sorry to have to cut the bottom of the bunny off but he was sitting in about an inch of dust. Wish it was that easy in real life...two little buttons... crop/delete! How do you balance it all? dust...blog...dust...blog...blog wins!!!
I had a rather wild afternoon today, will share tomorrow. (don't you hate it when people do that?) It was one of those... do you want to hear the good news or bad news first?
PSS--Just noticed that this is MY100th post. my how time flies when you're having FUN! I will put together some of my treasures and GIVE THEM AWAY. If there is anything from my thrifting that caught your eye, (go back and look through) let me know and I may just add it to the cart. WOO-HOO!!
He turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; He set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand. He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear and put their trust in the Lord.
I could'a used this little talk out back of the wood shed a couple years ago.
It's funny how a gal has to blaze her own trail instead of lettin' her horse follow the one in front.
I like the way she put it tho...
Be your own woman, make your own path, and take responsibility for who you are and what you do. Do what you gotta do and don't be scared. To step up to a challenge, to toughen up, to make something happen, as opposed to just complaining about it, take charge of the situation.
Inspire, create, give of yourself, and pass on the goodness of life.
That's what you gals do for me. A big hearty thanks!
The sun was shining brightly and a brisk cool breeze filled the air as Terry and I began our day. Giddy with excitement and giggles brought out the lighter side of shop owners as they shared bits of their personal lives with us. One lady asked if we had been hittin' the sauce... nope, we're just high on life.
We would gather little things here and there filling our shopping bags, then head for the car, unload, and rebound for more.
Do you like my party hat?
I do, I do like that party hat!
O.K. this was a bit overwhelming. We only checked out about five tables. It would have taken a week to go through all that stuff.
So here is most of what I brought home.
One little blue crocheted baby shoe The gold colored heart actually came from the booth with the tons of stuff.
I looked at this blue rimmed bowl and rustled with... should I? $5 I don't know? Then the man said,"That stack of dishes are $1 each." SOLD! Hey lady, I just want you to know, it does have a chip.
It was a great day, wish you all could have come along!
Every time I run an errand there seems to be a Thrift Store in between and my car must be programed to turn in. I try to stay on course, but you know these new cars with GPS & all those little dingy sounds? I don't know if my seat belt is off, a door is a jar, my fuel is low, or maybe the oil...anyway where was I?... Oh yea, Thrift Stores, I just can't pass on by.
Here are the things that caught my eye today. Which is good for my first post on Three or More Tuesday.
Tam at the Gypsy's Corner is the hostess, so stop by and take a gander.