Nothing better than a bike ride at sunset and a buddy to keep you company. *Haha*
See in my basket? That is a 1960's pooh bear. I took him for a ride on my bike the day I found him at a thrift store for 50 cents. He has a wind up on his back and when wound plays music. What does he play?? Why the Winnie the Pooh theme song of course!!
I did have a couple of weird looks riding with this bear. But I bet it's the best time he's had in about 40 or so years!
Found this jug in a box of VERY dirty dingy grimy things. But I knew it was old... I was almost scared to touch it! *lol* But I grabbed the handle and when I did the seller said "I am sorry those are a bit dirty, you can have the jug for 50 cents" A big SOLD sign went off in my head. Some soap and hot water later the jug is next to new!
Bunt cake pan. I really needed a new one my current is on it's last legs.
Aeropostale perfume $1
*Haha* Here's cute little pooh saying Hello to Vintage Vixen!!
She's scared of sweet little softies. *hehe*
Post it note purse 50 cents
MOD purse $2.00 from the Salvation Army
Okay so what's with my blog title??? Well I seem to like creating families of things. If I have one at home and see another similar... I think I will purchase the one I found because the one at home needs a friend. "IT'S VERY SILLY"
I suppose it's collections... but how many collections does one human need?
I can't pass these up, I am intrigued by them.
My Lucky Cat family
These two were found on a garage sale table, I knew instantly they needed to come home with me... as I had a lonely owl sitting on the back of my toilet. He needed friends....
*Ahhhh Happiness* They were 25 cents each. There's the turtle I told you about in last post.
And now you know what the back of my Loo looks like!
Instant family (All purchased from the same garage sale) These guys are destined for Etsy.
I just cannot have a family of salt and peppy's in my home. That would be going to far!!!