Got the bedliner and a few groceries and then took a nice drive to an antique co-op a few towns away. I've been wanting to go in there for a long time as we pass it each time we go to son's college. (Insert MORE patience from husband - this isn't his favorite thing to do.) We each found some treasures. Some we left there in case someone else needed them (smile...), and a few we felt we "needed". Here's what I thought should come home with me:
After I found the cookie cutters and mold I could tell that it was time to feed the husband... anyone else have that experience?
We left the shop and went for a quick bite to eat. When we got done eating, he told me that he wanted to go back to the shop for a couple of things! (Insert shock and surprise on my part...) So we went back and picked up two things that we both liked and left there the first time.
After the second trip to the co-op I went for broke and asked him to stop at one more shop on the way home. (At this point we can insert maximum patience from husband as this shop is located in spot where he HATES the parking.) He chose to wait in the truck, so I hurried as I was then living on the edge... ; )
I found an awesome firkin in that store, but decided I had already gotten enough treasure for one day. (I'm really not sure if $50.00 is a little high for that particular one - where might I find out more about pricing for these I wonder?) Anyway maybe it'll be there next trip.
I hope all of you have had a nice weekend. I have a couple of days off this week for President's Day, and I am hoping to get some sewing done so that I can share my newest brain drizzle. : )
That's it for me tonight. I have to wake husband up to go to bed. (He had a challenging day - it's not easy to approach saint-like patience with a fairly unfocused wife!)
I will be back tomorrow with a little project that's quick and fun!
Relax and feel the difference...
: ) Melissa