Aren’t they the prettiest thing? I can’t recall where I got them. Oh wait, it may have been at an auction. Yes…that seems right. I think they look so nice paired with that vintage book too. And you know, I can’t really remember when or where I got that either. Are you like that…acquiring things and then never remembering anything about them?
Oh happy day! It’s Tuesday already, can you believe it?
Did you have a spectacular Easter? Mine was quite lovely…thank you for asking. I ate lots and lots and then ate some more…mostly sweets, which I am now regretting, by the way. I think that I’ll have to start doing some posts about exercising or something of that nature to get myself back on track!
No exercise posts today though, instead I thought I’d just put up a put up few photos that I added some texture to and visit with you a bit. It’s Kim Klassen’s Serendipity texture, in case you were wondering. It has a nice, worn, vintage look that I think goes well with the things in my photos…like these little opera glasses.
I always love it when I buy something old and there’s a little bit of a story behind it. I have an antique table that came with a little note saying that it was from the Pillsbury mansion. It makes me think of the Dough Boy. My heart also goes a little pitter-patter when I find a beautiful old book that’s adorned with handwriting inside it’s covers…someone’s name or a note about it being a gift. It makes it feel like it was loved and a little bit special. Do you have any old, vintage things you’ve found with a story behind them?
Well lovely people, that’s all I have to share for today. I think there’s a cookie upstairs calling my name…kidding…no not really 😉 I hope you’re having a wonderful week!