Saturday, April 7, 2012

Shopping...

 Went shopping yesterday for stuff for our
opening of the Gypsy Moth Antiques...
gonna be hard not to keep this fun stuff,
especially since I've been looking for
 two more chairs for my yard...

 Sweet lil' statues for a garden...

 and this awesome statue of a young
boy eating cherries...but alas, I'm afraid it
 may have found a permanent home...
heh heh...!

UH OH...I feel some "Cracked in the Head"
nightlights comin' on...
thanks Mark and Liz, I raided your booth!
Much more stuff comin', but that's the surprise!

6 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

I can almost hear the cogs of your mind ticking over! Even your dreaming is not too far away from business ideas!

Finally the first term of school has ended and I can slow a little before the next crazy term including report writing. I think that would have to be the most hectic first term I have ever known! So much more "paperwork" is required now, but there's no extra time, so teaching preparation gets squeezed into a corner while all these "others" are done! (You really don't need to know the details but it's frustrating!)

So over Easter I have taken time out to walk the beach! Always a great soul refresher.

Still enjoy seeing all your projects blossoming! Always fascinating!

Big hug for you AND Scratchy!

Hope you enjoy a very happy Easter!

Susie said...

Well Sharon, I can't even look at those kinds of doll heads and not think of you.:):) I painted a lot of my outdoor things. They look new !! Happy Easter to you and yours, smiles, Susie(She Junks)

Gayle said...

Glad you are keeping the statue...

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

That statue has your name written all over it. And I'm with Gemma, your mind must tick away 24/7, with all the ideas you have stored in your brain...

Look forward to seeing what you do with your finds.xx

Eccentricities said...

You can't have enough Cracked in the Heads as far as I'm concerned!! Love the statues, too - that little boy is too cute!!!

XO,
Goth

sassytrash said...

Cool garden stuff!! You are such a busy bee out there in your lovely garden...and I can smell those lilacs from here. It's all looking so fabulous--I know how hard that digging is! (I used an old fashioned post hole digger when I fenced and cross fenced a half acre in FL!) Happy Easter to you and the Scratchter.!!