Want to go antique shopping with me? For me this is just one mile up the road from my house. This special event takes place every Christmas season in my neighbor's barn.
I just love it when she puts the signs up for her sale. I was determined to go early the first day she opened, but was bummed when I found out I had to work all day.
I got up early and went over on the second day she was opened. Here is her cute little barn.
She even sells Christmas trees.
Here is the entrance. Come along with me and let's go inside, shall we?
Oh there are so many fun and interesting things in here, and look free coffee and treats on that table ahead.
Because she buys things all year at garage sales and thrift stores, then sells for profit, the prices are not great. I love coming mostly to look and experience the fun.
I always like to buy something though, to support her and because her things are nice.
She keeps the barn warm with this pellet stove. It was actually quite cozy.
I wish all of you could have come with me.
These frames were cute. I love the ice-skates. I need to buy mine at a garage sale when the time comes for a lower price. I believe these skates were $18.
I couldn't decide between a black bread box for my kitchen or a bright red chair for my office.
The local Mennonite ladies sell treats, which are so tasty. Sorry for the blurry photo.
I like that chalkboard.
Oh I love that red holiday sign.
It would be fun to have a little tree like the one in the corner. Well, in the end I decided on the bread box. I've always wanted one. Now I know I could have gotten one for about $3 at Goodwill, but I wanted to support my neighbor and I really like this one so, I paid $9 for it. Thank you for coming along with me. Sharon, please come with me next year on the first day! I like adding a touch of black to my kitchen and a place to keep bread. Have a lovely day ladies. Thank you Lord for the bread inside my breadbox and for all I have, which You've provided for me. "I have been young; and now am old, but I have not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his descendants begging for bread." Psalm 37:25