Having never been before, I wandered in like a baby deer in the woods and soon fell victim to sensory overload. There were objects as far as the eye could see and any semblance of rational thinking was out the door. My head began swimming with a million ideas and the temptation was too much. I lasted three hours before I lost my will to go on.
I did, however, manage to find a few random things:
- Five small, amber apothecary bottles
- Two R&B records for my vinyl collection
- One milk crate with two glass milk jugs
- One ditty bag (a.k.a. stinky military bag chosen by the Mister)
Suffice to say the show was A-MAZING despite the overstimulation. It was huge and vast and oh-so-delightful! I'll be looking forward to tackling the beast when the next Classic rolls around.
Speaking of A-MAZING, my lovely buddy Nikki of Not Made in China has been a busy bee. Not only did she rock out a fantastic series dedicated to antiques, she has been cranking out new goodies for a vintage NMIC collection. Since this past week was an insane series of scheduling nightmares for myself, I encourage you to take this Sunday afternoon and check out her Antiques Week posts.