So I see that those of you who have not yet joined the ranks of Instagram finally got to meet Miss Norah here on the blog last week. Isn't she just precious? Okay, lets be honest here. She is precious now but with the unavoidable influence that her mother, myself, and cousin are going to have on her, it's only a matter of time before we have turned her into a wild little hellion! But don't fret! This will only make me love her more.
School is just about out for the Summer. On Friday we moved Alex home from his first year of college. I can't believe how fast that year went! But it's so nice to have my family of 4 together again. It was really hard to get used to and truthfully I don't think I ever did. And guess what this weekend is? FARM CHICKS!! I cannot wait. I had to miss out last year because it fell on the day of Alex's graduation so there is no way I am missing out another year. Plus, my birthday is this weekend and I really can't think of a better way to spend it. Sadly, Hanna and my bestie Rachel have to miss out this year so I'm dragging Brian along with me. He is such a trooper.
Yesterday I was up at the crack of dawn (as usual) and decided to go to the flea market. I wasn't really planning on it but the rest of my family didn't get home from fishing until late the night before so I knew they wouldn't be getting up any time soon. I was right! They were all still in bed when I got home.
I have been wanting this syrup bucket for a long time. I love finding things that have my last name on them. I've only ever seen one of these in a local antique mall and they want 8 times what I paid for this one at the flea. I couldn't pass up the colors on the sealant can and the little green table is just what I needed for my patio. No painting required!
How cute are these sweet little puppies? I picked them up along with the advertising measuring glass from two of my favorite sellers.
Added more faucet handles and an old hose nozzle to my collection.
I have these flower frogs scattered throughout my various displays. Even if they aren't holding an old picture or other piece of ephemera, they still look great by themselves. I got the globe bank to sell on IG. Gotta make more junkin' money!
I seriously have no business buying any more Texas Ware. But there are way worse things that I could be addicted to!
I rarely see Crown Pyrex in person. I was lucky to find 3 pieces of the Tempo pattern.
Yay!! My first vintage sand pail! And for a whole dollar! The seller threw in the old Dixie cups for free. They fit in perfect on my party shelf.
I was only going to buy 2 of these Prolon cafeteria trays but the seller made me an offer I couldn't refuse and so I ended up with 13.
Busy week ahead getting ready for our fun road trip on Friday. Follow along on IG so you don't miss out on the adventure!
Have a great week~