Kind of like little red riding hood…but different
Well, well, well, great minds really do think alike. Look at this vintage treasure my girls and I rounded up today.
We chose these exquisite red things separately and brought them together at the cashier.
I set up a photo shoot to show you, but then, my artistic director decided to get her hand in.
I guess the shoot was missing a certain something.
Oh, my goodness, isn’t she precious! I love the red, particularly the shoes.
Ever is the sweetest; I call her Binky. Could you believe all that red? I need more red in my life now!
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Chris at Hye Thyme Cafe
I think your artistic director deserves a raise. 😉
Everyone coming back with something red reminded me of antiquing with my Dad and sister one day a few years ago. I’m a lot faster at going through a shop than either of them, so I’m usually left sitting somewhere waiting. This one store had an open wooden staircase going up to a balcony level, so I was sitting on the steps when my sister came by. She asked if I had found anything interesting and I responded that only one thing caught my interested, but I’d probably never use it, so I put it back. She asked what it was and I said it was a butter cutter. A metal “frame” with wires that slice the butter into pats like an egg or apple slicer… She moved her purse to show me what was in her hand … the butter slicer! A huge store with a million antiques and we both get drawn to the same crappy little gadget LOL. [#TALU]
That’s so great Chris! Sometimes my daughters and I spot the same thing and point it out too. Don’t you just love silly little antique gadgets? I’m sure I’ve got hundreds. My excuse is that I photograph them for a living but the truth is I love having them. I’m so glad you left your blog link because now I can come visit you! 🙂
Aw, so cute!! (TALU)
So true Azara. 🙂 Thank you.
Awww sweet, I absolutely love that second shot.
Aw thank you Kenya. It’s sometimes impossible to get any work done with Binky underfoot, but I love having her here. 🙂
Oh Veronica, she is so precious! Took me by surprise. The assorted red items, the little hand, and then that FACE! Love it.
Thanks for linking up with the TALU!
Hi Farmbeach gal, please tell me your name. 🙂 Binky has such an impish grin, she’s such a pleasure. Thank you for visiting, I’m off to check out your blog now. 🙂