And maybe some fake fall flowers.
Oh, a basket to put them in.
That was absolutely all because I already had stuff in the truck to take to the booths.
Yes, I hang my head in shame.
I bought a cartload.
It was half-price day.
To my credit, I did remember to buy the pumpkin and a basket ...
And some fake fall flowers.
I am asking you.
Could you have left this white and gold cornice board at the store when it was half-price?
Could you have left this carom board behind?
And did you notice the giant "G"?
I had to go around the back of the store at the loading dock and use a dolly to bring it all in.
See the antique desk? Won it on an online auction.
Had to drive to Columbia to pick it up so of course I had to stop along the way going and coming.
The child's chair painted in Mexico.
The cute little suitcase.
If you know Joe, tell him I am selling his suitcase!
Rusty and crusty and so art deco.
Tin ceiling tiles.
If you are ever on the corner of Blossom and Huger Streets in Columbia, South Carolina, check out Chic Antiques.
My giant "G" perfect for the cottage booth.
Notice I put out some legs for Halloween.
I found several of the old jelly jars.
They look so sweet at Christmas with tea lights or bottle brush trees.
I sorted through and decided to sell what I did not need.
Okay I did not need any more jelly glasses.
I wanted them.
I desired them.
I did let these go.
These jars are the 50th anniversary of the jar glasses back in 1980 or something (I forgot the exact year.)
I am sure someone out there has this collection and needs or wants or even desires more.
So why did I want a pumpkin, a basket, and some fake flowers?
Well, come back tomorrow and I promise on my poor frozen shoulder to show you.
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