Pug’s most hated activity. Nail trims. It took two people to hold him and he still managed to nibble the groomer’s hand.
Greek food. Nom.
The funny part is, it’s not even that noticeable.
A local town had a city-wide yard sale on Saturday. I was in the market for furniture I could repaint for when we move into a new house. As per usual, when I go thrift shopping for a specific item, I find everything but. Oh well, I guess that’s the thrill of the hunt.
Above is a roulette wheel and game case I picked up for $5. It still has the game book and the copyright is 1944! I can’t believe the tiny roulette ball hasn’t gotten lost in over 60 years. It’s really fun to play with, I keep picking it up to spin it while I watch TV.
Someone was selling these containers of sour cherries for $3 each. I snapped them up. I never find sour cherries in the stores here, and if I did I’m sure they’d be outrageously expensive. I got to make my first “real” cherry pie and it was delicious!
How awesome are these girls? This pattern is from 1967 and I couldn’t leave it behind. I plan on framing it and hanging it near my sewing machine.
You’ve got to appreciate the juxtaposition of classy and hillybilly in this houndstooth duct tape. I used it to line my new craft case from an old suitcase.
Who doesn’t love Sonic Happy Hour? Rte 44 Diet Strawberry Limeaid. Or, as I like to call it – “bucket size”.
First corn on the cob of Summer. So good.
Gotta love summer road projects. Not. I was taking my mom’s foster puppy to Stray Rescue for a vet checkup.
Luckily, he didn’t seem to mind.