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May 20, 2012

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Jeanne, I know! Nothing would have made me happier than to take home about 20 of those milk bottles! And, yes, they would look GORGEOUS filled with blooms!
Thanks so much for stopping by, Miss Jeanne!
xoxo

Look at all these fun stuff! Especially those vintage milk bottles...i just want to fill them up with pretty blooms!

Aren't those type trays GORGEOUS, Miss Anna? They were everywhere, and horribly expensive, but totally worth the price! Imagine all of the vintage papers, beads, ribbons, fabric, etc., that we could store in one of those!
Have a fantastic day, cutie pie!
xo

OMG!!!! My mouth dropped when I saw those drawer units!!!! I WANT THEM ALL!!!!! I love the heart trays you got they are to die for. And that food looks yummy.

Thank you, Redbeans. Oh, and fyi, I still AM tasting that brat!
xoxoxo,
Your BG

Lmao, Ruth! Well, take heart, my dear...I'm sure at the rate I'm going, I'll end up one of those old, sweaty, toothless people. I left out surly because, well, I already am.
xoxoxo
Deirdre

Oh, how I love antique shows/flea markets. Great pictures -- can almost taste the brat. And, your purchases look wonderful -- love those pillow cases.

Eh, it could have been worse. They could have left out the N instead of the D.

Also, I'm very disappointed at the lack of photos of old, sweaty, toothless, surly people. For they are the true treasure trove of the flea market.

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