I'm not complaining. I'll take it. Our weather has been beautiful. I mowed the lawn today. Not that it needed it, but it is much easier than raking :) Being only two blocks from Lake Erie is advantageous in the fall as we get a frost/freeze later than inland. I still have a few flowers blooming. Friday they are predicting a high of 70* with sunshine ~ and a possibility of snow on Sunday. Welcome to Ohio.
Here are my goodies purchased at From Our Hands and Hearts.
This sweet little chair was one of a pair. Friend Melissa purchased the other one. Also got that wonderful stack of blue homespun and a couple linen towels.
This nubby linen (?) towel measure 24" x 30 1/2". I have no idea what I will do with it (I really don't have a place in the kitchen to hang it) but my younger son is Jason Thomas so I could not resist.
I was so excited to find some featheredge. It's not often I add to my collection. From a child's play set the plate measures only 4 1/2" in diameter. It is in excellent condition with just a couple tiny flea bites. The little platter measures 8 1/2" wide. It has lots of flea bites and small chips, but I've never come across a child's platter before. The next day dealer Donna (Antiques on the Ridge in North Ridgeville, OH) brought the tureen and of course could not leave it behind.
I now have an official collection of pinkeeps (3) from Lanna Omlor, Humble Rugs. She is the talented sister of Lori Ann Corelis.
I also got a punch needle pattern and floss keeper from Lori Brechlin and some beautifully dyed velveteen from Stacy Nash. All in all I'd say I got some wonderful goodes :)
Bobbie gifted me with this wonderful box from Lisa Evans, Folk for All Seasons. What a perfect retirement gift! I will put it to good use.
Grandson Jake had his first sixth grade orchestra concert this evening. He is playing the cello. What fun! I know nothing about music and never played an instrument so am so happy he has the opportunity to learn.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)