Hi lovely friends!
I had a little weekend antiquing adventure.
I love driving to out of the way places I've never been
before and discovering little antique shops.
I found this adorable scotty planter at one such spot.
So much fun looking around a new store not knowing what
treasure might lie in the next booth!
I knew the minute I saw this creamy pink vase it was
going to be mine. It was also nice that this small
town shop had extremely reasonable prices!
I have been wanting to display some of my stamps so I
cleared this bookcase shelf in my little studio to do so.
It helps so much when you're trying to be creative if you
have things where you can find them. Doesn't always happen
but so helpful when it does!
Remember the striped afghan I showed you last week?
This is how it's progressing. I am growing quite fond of it.
I usually give most of my afghans away or put them in our
etsy shop, but I think I'm going to keep this one myself.
It's my happy blanket.
On our weekend antiquing trip we discovered another
treasure quite unexpectedly. I knew Missouri had a few covered
bridges left, but had never seen one. I spotted a historical sign
and quickly set off in discovery. It was built in 1871. No longer in
use and in poor condition, it was still beautiful to me.
Just one of those treasures that I carried home in my heart.
I do love hitting the open road and seeing places I've
never been before. Looking for adventure in whatever comes
my way. He, he, not exactly born to be wild, but you know
what I mean.
Have yourself a little adventure today!