Friday, September 23, 2016

Window Shopping

I am in Louisville, KY for a few days. My Son-in-law's precious Grandaddy, 90 years old passed away. I have been keeping Harper. She's such a live wire right now so it would be impossible for her to sit through the service. However, she's such a comfort and joy to her GiGi. She's with the family now and I'm catching a little break.

The past few weeks I've enjoyed
meandering around the square in Lebanon. I'm finding more and more little pickin' places. I'm usually just window shopping.

This window caught my eye.

Both of the chests, I could have just loaded up and taken home. Oh yeah, I'm just window shopping.

I'm just loving the robin egg blues. This booth is nicely done. The banner was not for sale. It added a nice touch. Don't you think?

I really want this vanity. My granny had one like it and we'd play house for days in the front room of her house. There was a pot bellied stove in the room and we pretended to cook on it. It was never heated and the room was always cold in the Winter. 

I love all the color but of course I would have painted the frames white or navy, pink or gray.

I enjoyed my day of window shopping. I didn't buy a thing.

Care to come along with me next time?


  1. I'd LOVE to come along with you! And I have a feeling the two of us just might do that one day :) We had a vanity like the one with the big round mirror at our cabin (also one as a kid at home) and we gave it to Adam & Carrie. They still have it down in their basement and it needs painting. If they don't do something with it soon, I may just have to take it back and put it somewhere in my! Take care of that finger of yours!

  2. Looks like a fun shopping trip. I have one of those old dressers-it was my grandpa's. Such a fun style!

  3. Oh my gosh... How did you not buy anything!!!! I want it all too.

  4. So sorry to hear about your son in laws grandfather, but glad that you could go along and help out. Your window shopping was fun, sometimes it is better than actually buying anything isn't it! xx

  5. So sorry about the death of your son-in-law's grandfather, what a long life to be thankful for! Yes, I will ride along next time! Love to go in and out of these shops! Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

  6. Window shopping can sometimes be fun, Bonnie. There are lots of goodies in this shop, just right up my alley. ;) I'm sorry to hear about your son-in-law's grandfather; he lived a long life. Have a nice time in Louisville.

    love, ~Sheri


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