This weekend I got to everything on my list except the quilt binding and the hand sewing. Not bad. I made the binding today and it'll go on tomorrow. Hopefully, I will finish it on Wednesday.
We did go to the farmers market as a family. After I had bought two huge cinnamon rolls for the girls, I picked up some roma tomatoes, yellow squash, french red fingerling potatoes, pork chops, bison steaks and zinnias. Later in the morning, we embarked on a family adventure to Madison, Indiana. On the way there, we picked up some peaches and blueberries. Once there, we walked around town and shopped. It was a fantastic day. Fatty and I know how to shop well together – I blitz through antique stores and he lolly-gags. He's always calling after me, to show me the good stuff I missed. We came home with a lot of treasures. LOTS. And that isn't even the best part. The best part is……..
THE GIRLS CAN ANTIQUE FOR HOURS!
This, in and of itself, was worth the trip. These young ladies lasted all day through two large antique malls plus a few stores here and there. Fatty gave them each $5 at our last stop. They shopped and shopped, trying to find THE PERFECT THING. And in one of the last booths we entered, there were tons of vintage, handmade doll clothes in a basket for $1 to $2 an outfit. I helped them go through and decide which would fit the dolls they had at home and for a couple of bucks, they each took home a treasure.
The way I look at it, we all came home winners.
And, I get to thrift and antique a little more often.