What a weekend it was. I thought I'd share what occupied me:
Friday Lunch: My friend/colleague and I hit a few "estate" sales. They differ from garage sales in that they usually encompass an entire house. And as the name implies, charge more. But sometimes the goods are worth it.
We 'hit' three estate sales in one hour!
One on the south side of town. One on the north side of town. One somewhere in between.
I bought this little cutie at the estate sale on the north side. It's not heirloom quality, but it's cute.
This piece of paper was stuffed inside the piece. It was brittle, as if it had been in there 24 years. How did the piece get from Tulsa to Lubbock?
Saturday morning: 7:30am. Decide that yes, you are going back to see what was left. Saw this cutie on Friday. And it was still there. Silverplate.
The little vases can be removed for cleaning. Will make a cute accessory on a tray or small dining table, don't ya think?
Also purchased these cuties.
One dollar a piece. Should have picked a third one, but it was a different shape.
This is one of 5. 3 Christmas ones and 2 that are blue and white. Owner's son called them flower boxes. She used to give them as gifts.
This is what the top looks like. If you put bulbs up there, the water won't touch the bottom, I dont' think. But, can you say centerpieces?
And by 8:30 I was back home. Since
we I moved couches, and bought a chair and rearranged, I had to rehang the artwork. That means measure, mark, spackle the old holes, paint. Done. Notice the open doors and the sunshine outside. It was 82 degrees. Dusted, cleaned, did laundry, did not take a nap.
Watched Regan watch the birds. Gosh, I need to clean those tables and chairs outside!
Regan took a nap. Of course the eyes open when the camera shutter turns on.
Went out Saturday night to listen to Little Wolf play at La Diosa Cellars. Great band, good musicians. Lots of fun.
And then Sunday we met up with this: a dust storm, high winds and warm temps! But who would want to be outside in this? We bought groceries, some Easter goodies and then headed back to the house, watched old movies and cooked.
Thanks for dropping in. I hope that your weekend was filled with pure pleasure.
"Pleasure is the flower that passes; remembrance, the lasting perfume"
Jean de Bouffiers
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