Now that my temp job has ended for the year I have a bit of time to breathe.
No more living for the freedom of weekends.
To celebrate, hubs took a day from work on Friday and we hit the Springfield Antique show and Vintage Market Place.
If I could redo my kitchen this sink would be the centerpiece
Everyone loves cubbies.
The storage possibilities are endless.
Hold me back, I am shopping for my Ohio Valley Antique Mall space and the shows I will be doing, not for greedy little me.
A lot of restraint is necessary.
I met one of my idols, lovely Theresa, and her charming husband Craig, of Time Worn Interiors.
Their space was amazing but of course I was too busy ogling the goods
and did not manage to get more photos.
I also met up with my vintage loving pal, Carrie, of Junque Magnet and Kathy and Terri of Nostalgia's Cottage, who both had fantastic spaces at the Vintage Marketplace.
Kathy is becoming quite the junk celebrity, just check out the website!
Home to a lovely warm evening on the deck.
The kids had some friends over and we had a little cookout celebration.
My sweet baby girl turned 21 this past week.
When did all those years pass?
The mother's lament.
Now we enjoy our time together as friends as well.
Sadie and I have the same sense of humor and we laugh together until the mascara runs right off!
Happy birthday my little peach.
Hubs got to put his feet up too as son Joe and his sweet girlfriend Brandi did the grilling.
My son has decided to dethrone dad as the grilling king.
Hubs is graciously conceding, for now at least.
Saturday morning, back to Springfield.
I would have loved to haul these letters home.
These too, but buying for resale, the price just wasn't right.
What happened to that disposable income, hahaha?
Let's not forget the FOLK barn.
Very creative stuff.
Of course as usual too much drooling not enough pics.
I will share more of the show sights, as well as what I did bring home, in a later post.
I have to get to cleaning and painting my finds!
Yours in the thrill of the hunt, P.