We’ve showed you the books, the jewelry, and the metal-ware. Now it’s time for everything else. It’s amazing how much great stuff we got that was SO inexpensive. It’s also amazing that we’re going to be able to fit it all in 3 posts.
We’re back from Brimfield. While we haven’t had a chance to photograph all of our cool finds yet, we did get a chance to take some photos while we were there of some odd stuff. This post, a lot like the last one, is dedicated to the weird, the strange and the downright bizarre. Fair warning: if you don’t have a sense of humor this post may not be for you.
We may or may not have mentioned that recently Niki treated us to a day at the Renaissance Faire. This was our birthday gift and also something we planned WAY in advance seeing as how Geoff and I have insane schedules and the Faire falls after the beginning of the school year and Niki is a middle school teacher.
Geoff and I don’t have a lot of money. This means that when we need something I tend to spend a lot of time looking to find the right item at the right price and the right quality. That way we don’t have to replace it in 10 minutes and we end up with what we need. Sometimes this is harder to do than other times.
There are lots of things in this world I do not understand. Septum piercings, Mitt Romney, people who drive Hummers in cities, and fanfic are a few. Today Etsy introduced me to a new one. So did Fab.com.
Yesterday was a long day. I worked a day shift and then got home in time to make myself some food, check out my new health insurance on the internet (thank you, Commonwealth Care!) and then get ready for my concert and leave to walk there. As I locked up the house I remember the distinct feeling that the deadbolt caught a little strangely when I locked it. More on that later.
Once the water got too close, I think Rerun would have given up. Still, this is cute and this guy does look like Rerun when he was a pup.