We had a great chicken salad and lemon bar.
Stacks of agricultural yearbooks on a variety of topics including crops and insects.
The blue book on the bottom is a study of lesions of the brain.
I thought it appropriate for my Fall display at the antique mall.
A very distressed white basket of large cones.
A set of encyclopedia missing two volumes.
The rusty red color means you could use these in vignettes from September to February.
Risers for your collectibles.
Yes, I'm lazy like that.
A blush chiffon wedding dress.
Tags attached - $320 and size 10.
Available in Booth C-23, Riverfront Antique Mall for $48.
Halloween costume maybe?
The lace panels could be cut for projects, but I do not wish to know your plans for it.
I keep envisioning the bride wandering about wailing after the wedding was cancelled.
But that's my vivid imagination.
Stacks of music books - mostly for an organ.
An aluminum colander.
As if I needed another.
A GRE textbook from 1965.
I bought it for the vintage book cover.
Okay, who can guess why I bought the cat door stop?
Because I thought it was an OWL!
An OWL sitting on a branch.
The clerk thought it was hilarious I mistook a cat for an owl.
I justified the mistake by explaining I was hot on the hunt for an owl.
She laughed more.