Today, I stopped by Scruggs Lumber yard to pick up my free rug. I won it from a post on Facebook!
So while in town at the butt crack of dawn, I remembered a tag sale that started at 8 AM.
I found this neat pottery bowl for a buck! I think I need to scrub the old price tag residue off of it.
For 3 bucks I got this great bag of hand crocheted things. This lady liked to make triangles. The bag even had a really retro pearl collar in it in perfect shape. Now if I can just get the musty smell out of all of it.
One of the best things I got was this pair of shoes from the defunct Tweedies shoe factory. I collect items from this factory as my Dad, his brother, and sisters all worked there. They bring back memories of some great times when I was small and would visit the factory. The smell of leather wafted out of the open windows as you drove down Jefferson Street to it. This was before the days of air conditioning.
These are the smallest heels I've ever seen. The heel has a 1 on it, so I am wondering if they were a size 1? They are smaller than most "sample" sizes. I put a tissue under the clear plastic so you could get the full effect. They even have a plastic flower. Oh if they would just fit me.
I now leave you with the photo of the day. I'm thinking he will soon have to have a hair cut. Look at that hair, it's almost touching his ear.