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definition of a perfect day: the antique fair

Just warning you, this is a lengthy one. Perfect days call for long 2-day documentation. (See tomorrow’s post for second half of the day)

Woke up bright and early on a Saturday, which is pretty rare. I must have been excited about what we had planned for the day. Promptly at 10:00 I woke the boy up to get ready to go to our neighborhood’s 42th annual home and garden tour /”Antique Fair” being held in our neighborhood square. Several booths were calling my name and I was anxious to get out there before everyone else, hoping to find a treasure. It was steamy hot, even at 10am in the morning, but the boy and I parked the car and started to peruse the square. Lots of great booths, lots of great items, but unfortunately everything was over priced. (why didn’t I buy one of those plastic mouse figures above…I’m hating myself for passing one of those up) I’ve learned to not be disappointed if I don’t find something worth while, so we got back in the car and drove to the farmers market in the next neighborhood over.   TO BE CONTINUED…..(tomorrow)



7 comments on “definition of a perfect day: the antique fair

  1. Everything in your pictures look absolutely amazing! I would gladly purchase any of the items, especially that chair and picture in photograph #1. That is so awesome that they have been having their annual garage sale for that many year. I bet they have some many lovely things waiting to be taken to a new home. xx

  2. Certainly sounds like a perfect day to me!I feel like I always need to buy something if I’m debating it because I usually regret it afterwards! but, sometimes if you don’t find anything it is the search/hunt that is oh so exciting and pleasing! 🙂 -Lo

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