Yesterday I spend a couple of hours at one my favorite places -- The Peddler's Mall. Though I didn't buy anything, I walked out with plenty of eye-candy on my iPhone. I thought you all might enjoy it.
I'm still pondering the top two dishes in this stack.
At $3 each, I might be making another trip soon.
They make great scrappy storage.
Thought these were cute.
If we needed a set of glasses,
they would have come home with me.
We don't need glasses, though.
I see lots and lots of Pyrex at the Peddler's Mall,
but this is the first time I've seen this pattern.
I <3 retro.
You guys know I like yellow, right?
This is just cute.
Not $30 worth of cute.
But still cute.
This is either really cute or deeply disturbing.
I can't decide.
I mean, I like kewpie dolls.
But a pile of nekkid kewpies?
I apolgize if this gives you nightmares.
The table and stools. Love.
This lady startled me. Seriously.
I was looking at something,
I turned around, and she was just there.
It doesn't help that there is a dead
animal hanging from her neck.
I like this black and gray scarf.
Another item that might come home with me.
A J. Peteman wooden cup.
It's not really from 1903,
but I <3 it because I makes me think of Seinfeld.
We have a friend that is a woodworker,
and writes wonderful J. Perterman-esque prose.
He might be getting this soon. If it's still there.
Okay, who else was a Brownie? :)
I might have drooled a little over this handbook.
Don't worry, I didn't get any on the book.
This one was great, too.
Dates, names...all sorts of info recorded in this one.
Although I never made it to the level of "Girl Scout".
Funny story, I was told they met at the library.
I went there.
None of the librarians knew what I was talking about.
And that's the story of how I didn't become a Girl Scout.
Yellow glass. Pretty pretty.
I really like this cabinet.
The middle shelf has a spinning hook thing.
It would be great for storing neclaces.
Not the entire cabinet.
Just the middle shelf spinning thing.
This just made me smile.
The more things change, right? :)