Saturday, February 5, 2011

Town Peddler on Friday...

People were shopping on Friday ...saw a friend and fellow dealer and we took a tour of some of the aisles while we talked. Julie arranged these cute little pin cushion shoes and I took this to show you all.

My picture of Carolyn in her snazzy vintage sweater (from the antiques side) went amiss so I will have to take another. Just want you to know you can find neat things to wear and decorate yourself too.

It's snowing to "beat the band" (a Mammy expression). Did you ever hear that?
Happy Saturday everyone.

7 comments:

Connie said...

Yes I've heard that expression!
Those pin cushions are so dang cute!

Linda Chapman said...

I adore those little pin cushions!!

Our snow has finally melted! Just in time for the Super Bowl.Here's my amusing Facebook status today:

As for all of the ice and snow this week, I think I know what happened....
Early this week sometime, Jerry Jones was talking about the upcoming Super Bowl.
Meanwhile up in heaven, Tom Landry leans over to God and says "You know what would be funny?....."

Wanda..... said...

Very clever and cute pin cushions!

Annie Joy said...

What a wonderful idea and so cute! I'm going to forward this to my niece; she has eight children and is a wonderful seamstress and craft person. This is a natural for her! Thanks! Annie

Green Creek Primitives said...

Hi Peggy, Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Well the whole point of the antique booth is to sell things out of my house, so I can buy more things that I would rather have. But of course when I go the antique mall I end up buying out of other peoples booths. Please visit again. Vicky

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Oh yes, I know of saying "It's snowing to beat the band!" Maybe it's our age, hu? Cause I'm way over on the East coast. Meaning, it's not that we are in the same area and that's why we know of a "saying."

Thank you for stopping by my blog, and commenting. And I'm so happy that you like my new Font. It is fun, for a while.

And yes I believe it, that schools are no longer teaching cursive writing. Kids print now. When they aren't texting. -sigh-

Yes, I remember having to practice things like the Palmer Method. And fountain pens, which you had to suckkkkkkkkkkkkk up ink into. ,-)

I'm 73 so naturally, I remember a lot of that *old stuff.* -gigggles-

Hugs and ♥'s...
'Cause Valentine Day is coming!

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