Sunday, May 17, 2009

Whoohoo! What a day!


Ok ladies... My sister & I had the best day looking for great finds! With my 2 daughters tagging along learning the ropes of finding the best junk at the best prices. At one point my daughter, Savannah, wanted to start her own website called "HomeIdeas.com" that is pretty good for a 7 year old =) Anyways, I started my day taking a ferry trip over to Edmonds to drive up to one of my stores to deliver some signs... then next stop was to drop the hubby off at work in Seattle and then off to Sumner, Washington for a day of shopping.
My first as always was the "Paper Muse"... I love going in there Cami is so much fun to talk too. I also love looking at all her creative designs that she comes up with... my girls enjoyed her birdie "Piper"!
Next, was the Today's Country Store... they were having their annual tag sale and what a sale it was! We found many items that will be on display at our Funky Junk Sister's Show. The ladies there were great they entertained my girls while I shopped =)
We just went to one store after another and ended up at the Folk Art Gathering. The New England Salt Box & Flok Art Gathering are my faves to shop for my home... because most of my home decor is primitive. After 5 hours of shopping my girls were tired and ready to go home... The last stop was ice cream! My chocolate & vanilla girls deserved a treat after a long hard day of shopping =)

4 comments:

Laurie said...

Sounds like a great day! Hope you found some good treasures. Your girls are troopers!!!

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

I know where Kingston street is..we walk there all the time...I would love to meet you and see your "prim" home as well..I am so hoping that my best friend and I can come to your show..I will keep pestering her till she gives in...we live on Puget street up from the store..there is no street sign as we are "unlisted" but we are the 2nd house on the left..can't miss the big yellow house..Take care and have a wonderful weekend..the weather is gorgeous!!!:)

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

I just read your header that shopping is cheaper than a psychiatrist and it made me laugh..cause I love to go shopping and I call it my "retail Therapy"...:)

Priscila said...

ah wish I had been there. what a great day.... I love searching for treasures

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