Since David and Lily needed more beach time, Rebecca and I did the only thing that two girls unencumbered by a husband and a little sister could be expected to do.
Having Rebeca with me, noticing things and just being cheerful was the greatest prize of the day.
I will not allow that child to ever move away. Resolved.
Anyway, on this adventure I brought my camera and the battery. Let's go!
That quilt is for Francis. I should have taken another photo up close so that you could see all of the state birds a bit better.
After we junked, we stopped for this.
I did come home with a few treasures.
This iron plant holder thingy was originally $45, but it was marked down to $5. I snapped that baby up speedy quick!
Puglsey is there to provide scale.
Do not ask me where I am going to put this. It is an unimportant detail. It was $12 and it needed a home.
Okay. Seriously, I don't know what I am going to do with this old vegetable bin. But it's rusty. And turquoise. And chippy. And it was only $6!
I found this thermos at the Salvation Army in Hyannis when I was shopping on Friday.
It's from England! That means it's fancy.
Finally, I picked up an "S". I love letters, especially letters which have meaning in my life.
It was a perfectly lovely afternoon with a perfectly lovely child.
Delight, bliss and love.