This was a fast and furious week-end. Filled to the brim with the world of Narnia. We had six shows this week-end plus a strike party after the show. I feel like I need another week-end, to feel like I had a week-end. I didn't hit any estate sales, but it didn't look like much was going on. I don't think I would have had time to go anyway. One of the many things I had to do this week-end was take down the items in the window at Monticello. Our month was over, so we squeezed that in between a couple of shows and were able to get it cleaned up. I picked up a few items while I was there. They were having a "Superbowl Sale" so most of the booths had discounts.
The sweet little cream pottery vase above was one of the items I found.
I also picked up this old music book from the 1800's. Besides music there are pictures of composers, which I just love.
I also found a pink hat with pretty millinery flowers on it. I wasn't so interested in the hat, but I can always use the flowers.
Here is a thrift store find from yesterday. A pretty vintage lamp shade in cream and pink.
Then finally, I got a wonderful surprise on Friday night. I knew my sister, husband and three of their kids were driving from Medford to come to my son's play. What I didn't know was my niece and her husband and their sweet baby, my grandniece were coming too! Little Alexis is 2 months old and all I have seen have been photos. How wonderful to actually be able to see and hold my little grandniece.
Babies are truly a gift from God!
This week I will be working on laundry. One of my jobs I have for the Narnia play is to wash costumes. I took home all the furry animal costumes. Let me tell you there were quite a few of them!
Thank you for stopping by!
thats one cute baby....her auntie is pretty hot too :) love ya Deb
Wow! You have some beautiful vintage treasures. I enjoyed visiting your lovely blog and will be back to read and see more. Take care~
This is my first time reading your blog. It was lovely.
You got some really great thrift finds. But I have to say my favorite pics were that of that scrumptious little child. How precious. You are right, they truly are "Gifts from God".
Thank you for sharing.
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