Saturday, October 1, 2011

'A'dventures at Round Top

Rock Candy's mode of attack,
jump in without much thought.
Then as a pattern develops
adapt and adjust.


my story ends at the beginning

Case in Point
Working Backwards
Adventures at Round Top

Arrived by following the signs

Stop Ahead?
not hard to do at this table
while on the other side of the tracks,
and coming in ahead of the rest were
these classy gals.

Things weren't just ahead but also

Artful lights in jars

in wire baskets
and shades

At Oma's Country Cottage

there was an array of artificial flora.

I counted 39 but could have missed one or two.

Largest ANTIQUE show in Texas
is heaven to
artist and artful people

record ALBUM

'He has put a new song in our hearts'

Yes He has...



pat said...

I know you had fun! We did too. Don't want tit to end.

Dixie said...

I loved those light fixtures... trying to figure out if I can get Ricky to help me with one for my kitchen redo!

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

I wish there wouldn't be an ocean and so many miles between me and Round Top ... Thank you for sharing the pictures of that great event. What a cool idea to display necklaces on bycicle seats. I love your finds, especially the doilies and that gorgeous chandelier.

Dixie said...

Happy Birthday today girlfriend!

Gaby Bee said...

I didn't know you were celebrating a birthday. Happy Happy Happy belated Birthday my sweet friend! Hope your day was great!

Beautiful pictures, Candy! Thanks for sharing. LOVE all the doll heads:)

Have a lovely day!
Gaby xo

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you and Dixie had a blast at Warrenton...I'd love to attend that sale one day!

Hope you had a great birthday.....Dixie told me about your special day!!


LuLu Kellogg said...

I found you through Dixie's Blog! I was so glad to see these had me at the baby head pictures!!! I collect them so this is eye candy to me!

I will be coming to Round Top in the Spring and I can't wait to get to see all the treasures there!