I have a new lap top and I am telling you it is sooo fantastic to have a computer that is not at deaths door. My desk top is nearly seven years old - yes SEVEN!! Ancient! I do feel a little sad though, it has been good to us over the years. I am such a sook, I can get attached to anything. No wonder I can't throw anything out! Now I just have to up my data allowance and I won't know myself (hopefully start some selling again too). One happy mummy sitting on the couch with my legs over this side and a pc on my lap! Lol. Bliss! All I need now is a mug of green tea and some chocolate.
When I picked my gorgeous shop scales (featured in the last post) also I visited this lovely shop in Woodside, South Australia. Although I am more of a thrifter and garage saler I still love to look in antique shops (and sometimes buy). This shop had a warm inviting feeling when I walked in which prompted me to take some pics for you all.
Such a sweet little shop.
Feeling the retro vibe with this funky red table and chairs. Stunning condition, if only I had somewhere to put them...
I want that pink cake box REALLY bad!
I took a pic of these because I have really good memories of being in the country visiting family as a child. There was a neighbourhood girl who was older than my brother and I but who wasn't too cool to play with us - she had this game. We had such a fantastic summer holiday that year. It's one of those feel good childhood memories.
I like clocks...not all clocks...but I do like this clock. :)
Just because it looks pretty.
Love this set. Not too frilly.
Lovely green. Just noticed the two kissy couple on the bench - aww.
Will shut up now and just let you look at the pics.
54 Onkaparinga Valley Road
Woodside, South Australia