…and when I count to three, you will awaken, open your eyes and remember nothing of the past three months.
Which ought to be pretty easy to do because there hasn’t been anything here to remember.
Hello! How are you?
I. Am. Fine. Just wandered a little too close to the edge of the internet and fell off for a bit.
Here’s how I’ve been spending my internet summer vacation:
Feeling rustic for Fall.
Keeping my space at Monticello Antique Marketplace filled and fluffed while looking ahead to the vintage Christmas holidays. Still waiting/hoping to find that big vintage Christmas score out there, somewhere. An abandoned Shiny Brite ornament factory filled with long forgotten inventory would be ideal.
Which brings us to…
Fortunately I didn't spend an arm and a leg on these.
Yard sale-ing with mixed results. Is it just me or does it seem as though yard sales are getting less awesome by the minute? Out here in the country, they’re my main source of vintage treasure during the summer months so every weekend I head out with my fingers crossed.
…and then head home with not nearly as much vintage treasure as I had hoped. Where has it all gone? I double-checked and it’s not in my garage.
Well, maybe a little is in there.
Heaven on earth in Alameda, CA
Junking with Ethel. Earlier this month, she and I made a speedy trip down to the Alameda Antiques Faire (aka The Vintage Mother Ship) in the San Francisco bay area, with many, many stops along the way at antique malls, thrift stores, junk shops and anyplace else that caught our eye.
Currently obsessing over these mini diorama vintage ornaments
Have a wonderful holiday weekend. Missed you!