Hubby was away fishing for the weekend, so on Sat. My sister, Jeanne and friend, Joyce, and I decided we’d hit a near by yard sale.
I found a few things, but nothing to write home about. After I dropped Joyce off and headed home I started seeing more yard sale signs. They were right on my way so I pulled off to check them out.
I found a sweet picnic hamper at one. Had it been a week ago I probably would’ve resisted. Loved it, but really didn’t need it. Even though it was especially large and had never been used. All of it’s contents were still wrapped in plastic.
But this is what made me say, “Yes, take it home!”
Debra from Common Ground linked up her ‘Late Summer Sideboard’ décor to Share Your Cup. Notice her fabulous stack of hampers?
Oh my blog friends, “Why do you do this to me? lol!
I have a feeling that this is not the only one I will pick up.
Love that plaid!
I don’t know about you, but it made me want to have a picnic! I didn’t have much but I did have some fresh peaches I had bought on my way home Sat. And look at that cheese, YUM! Hee-hee, it’s fake cheese I borrowed from the playhouse.
I had to play with it a while. Doesn’t it look cute with my ‘Molly’ sitting next to it?
Now here’s the thing. She looks like a ‘Molly’ to me. Don’t ask me why, just does.
But nope, her name is ‘Hannah’. Guess I should be saying, “Holy Hannah” instead of “Good Golly Miss Molly”.
On the table next to my watermelon décor.
Just found this sweet little creamer at a thrift for $.50. Perfect for watermelon seeds. None of those seedless watermelons for me!
And of course I have to show you my darling give away win from Sweet Bee Cottage.
The aqua is perfect for my kitchen! Love the darling kitchen towel and the ‘one pan recipes’ cookbook and cutting board will be put to good use.
Thank you, thank you Janelle!
Not quite as fun as two, but I finished with a picnic for one. Cottage cheese and sweet 100 tomatoes from the garden. I could eat 100 of these! Usually I just pop them in my mouth whenever I’m outside. Luscious grapes, and yes; that cheese!
Hope you get in at least one last picnic before summer ends!
After playing, this is where it ended up. Wouldn’t a stack be wonderful?
I will be sharing with: