Yesterday Jimmy, Katie, and I spent almost the whole day shopping for primitives :o). We started out headed to Antique or Not in Indian Trail. Pam is closing her shop and everything is on sale. She is such a sweet person and although I don't get to go to her shop as often as I would like I am going to miss her. What a beautiful day for a yard sale and we stopped at a few on the way. We found these two shelves and a table
And here is what we got at Antique or Not
When we left there we went to Party City to get some things for Katie's birthday party. And then to the Curious Cat in Monroe. We found some things there, too
I found these quilt squares (guess what I'm gonna do with them? Yep, make more pillows) and Jimmy found a chick feeder that I'm going to use to make a lamp like Carmen made. The first booth when you walk in the door belongs to Janna and she had a box that had $2.00 items in it. It was sitting on the floor and Jimmy bent down and picked up the candles and yummy Snickerdoodle tarts. And best of all I got to meet a blogger friend. Nicole from Back in the Day Primitives has a booth there. I had never met her before and I asked if she had a booth there and was told that she was there. So I walked back to her booth and met her. Actually Jimmy and I had talked to her earlier but didn't know it was her. When we were done there I was so ready to go home. But Jimmy remembered the TS next to Beth's shop in Marshville. So, we stopped in there and found 4 things that were in the quarter bins
And since we were so close to the Olde Tyme Marketplace you know we had to stop in and see Beth. We got some candles and rosehips there
We also got ice cream cones there but I don't have a picture of them. I had my camera but didn't even think to take pics. And then finally it was time to go home. This big ole body of mine isn't made to shop all day so I was exhausted when we got home. But we did have a very nice day.
I hope you have a good evening.
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