Antiques In the Park is held every year on the Sunday before Labor Day – I always like to go but this year I cleared it with Brian to skip church so I could be there EARLY! I got there by 7:45 and my favorite vendor didn’t disappoint. I have purchased so many things from him – I see many of them as I look around the house. This is what I got today:
I’m going to hang this Eastlake trim above a door.
The pincushion shoe from Occupied Japan goes into my collection.
The old postcard picture of two puppies will be framed – with a thrift store frame when I find one.
Last night Becky and went to Clear Lake to sit at an outdoor bar to listen to the Kraft Brothers who we first listened to last summer at Thursday On Main. Crowded!!! And fun!
This was located across the street from the park where Antiques In the Park was held today and I spied this piece and the guy was happy to sell it to me right there and then – $80. I love this homemade looking stuff – very primitive.
The only thing that would make it better would be if it was red.
Labor Day tomorrow – another hot one here. Is anybody having a barbecue? Family gathering? Or a quiet day with a book on the porch?