This past weekend was a long one for us. Sort of a mini, at-home vacation. It was our 19th wedding anniversary. Our girls decided to order pizza for themselves and have a "sister day", and hubby and I spent a lazy couple of days sleeping in, then him serving me breakfast in bed, (Yes, he's a great guy! Yes, I think I'll keep him!), and then spending our days holding hands, having a nice drive and enjoying the sunny weather, and treasure hunting.
Out of the four stores we visited during our long weekend, I did manage to find some treasures. Two books on Medjugorje, and some 'small' items... including some incense, decorative curtain rods, and a small cabinet that Mark will put up for me. Here's my favorite find of all:
Anchor Hocking "Savannah" casserole, in perfect condition. I was thrilled. They don't make these any more... not sure, but I believe they made these in the 80s. Not that I'm an authority or anything. Trust me, I'm not. :)
I also found a pink, natural salt rock tea light candle holder. I've been wanting one. :) The one I picked up is very similar to this one:
My last 'favorite item' is something to keep me busy.
You may not can tell, but this is actually a dozen skeins of yarn, plus a large roll of purple ribbon. Be proud of me.. I refrained from openly doing a "happy dance" right there in the store. Haha!