Hoarding animal figurines, that is. I've found a few good ones recently, and now I'm on a roll. They just make me smile.
Items above for sale in the shop: dachshund piggy bank / brass owl trio / hand painted driftwood bird / cast metal bull
My very favorite figurine find of late is this metal bear with chippy paint. I love him so much I can't bring myself to put him up for sale. I think he's just the bees knees.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Friday, June 5, 2015
After more marathon thrifting, the shop is stocked up! I'm headed to a new flea market this Sunday in New Hampshire, so there should be even more goodies come to next week. You can browse the goods over at Little Dog Vintage. Happy weekend!
Items above: Indian weaving, pottery lamp, copper tea set, farm scene painting
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Friday, March 27, 2015
I've been waiting on the urge to write for months now. Waiting and waiting, but the urge just doesn't come. Life is full and happy, and tearing myself away to sit down and write a post hasn't appealed.
And that is good.
The blog was for me more than anyone during my time in Vermont. I needed it then. Vermont became lonely (the understatement of the year), and blogging turned out to be one of the best ways to connect. But I don't need it anymore. I'm surrounded by friends, coworkers, a wonderful boyfriend, and seas of people in Boston. A line from a book I'm currently reading sums it up better than I ever could:
"I've emerged from a dark tunnel and found myself in the middle of a carnival."
That doesn't mean I won't keep this space going in some way, I just haven't figured out exactly what that will look like yet. I love sharing pictures and thoughts and projects, and I intend to continue with that, but I wanted to shed light on why the posting has been so slim recently. I just don't need it like I did before. And that's a very very good thing.