Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Red in the month of July!



Red is not a color that is in my life much, however, in the month of July I purchased several items which as you can see are RED.

The "tomato-ware" was found at a wonderful antiques store in Bryan, Texas. I bought three of the cups outside of Austin, Texas in an antiques mall. What fun it was to shop in these  
wonderful places! Perhaps it was also who I was shopping with... my brother and sister-in-law and then my aunt.

Then Saturday morning I left for Weslaco, Texas to
Mimi's Attic where I enjoyed a little shopping excursion
where some wonderful "antiquers" from the Rio Grande Valley were going out of business. Everything in their booth was 50% off.

I bought several items, but I was thrilled to find the Santa
and the Christmas tree lights... that work! These are not for
me as I plan to put together a display of Putz Village pieces
along with the Santa and the lights... sort of a vintage Christmas look. If someone buys it... fine! If not.. that is fine too. I just want to play with it. Sort of like children and toy trains.

Later in my shopping morning, I called my husband to come join me for a little browsing about. He came! He found the Hudson Bay Blanket coat... for 20 bucks. Geezz!! Well, who wants a heavy wool jacket like that in the Rio Grande Valley??  Not sure what I will do with it, but it was fun to see my husband "antiquing"!

So, here I am all inspired after a month's absence .. partly due to a very busy schedule and partly due to being sick.
It took Rednesday and my recent purchases to get me inspired. "It's a Very Cherry World" is fun and a delight to read... so make a visit to
http://suelovescherries.blogspot.com/

 

9 comments:

Theresa said...

Girl, I have been missing you! Sorry you haven't been well but happy you have been enjoying some healthy shopping! Hope you are feeling all better now! Love your finds:) Have a blessed evening and don't stay gone so long! HUGS!

LV said...

Since I live in Texas, I need to get out and check out these places you have been. You found some real nice goodies.

Deb said...

very nice red...

Nancy said...

Oh that tomato teapot is too cute! I've never seen any tomato themed dishes. Fun!

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

My belief is that every room in my house needs a little splash of red! Your finds are wonderful!

DearHelenHartman said...

I am so happy you're back and I didn't even know you were GONE! Found you through Rednesday and glad I did. Maybe the red came into your life to lift you up, it does that. The Tomato ware is spectacular.

SueLovesCherries said...

I just love your tomato-ware! And don't worry about the coat - you can send it up to me, here in New England, lol!

~~Carol~~ said...

Wow, I love every single one of your red finds, but especially that coat! Very stylish, and it looks like it would be very warm too!
Happy REDnesday,
Carol

Abramyan Avenue said...

I love your reds!! Very pretty! I travel up to Austin several times a week and have been wanting to try out Bussey's (sp?) but it's been too hot! As soon as the temps drop I plan to visit. Have you been there? Is it good? It's always packed. Anyway, sorry to hear you weren't feeling well but happy to hear you're feeling better! I love your blog and plan to visit often!
Take care,
April