Remember how I said I wasn't buying myself anything else since we were moving?Yeah,I lied.I'll be the first to admit I have a shopping problem.Mainly that is why I took to selling vintage,otherwise you would have seen me on a show like Hoarders a long time ago.
These cuties I was wearing the other day in my outfit post but forgot to do a close up of them so here is the etsy listing photo of when I bought them,they were $10.00!Really,$10.00 so how could I not?
I had a busy day.The zoo by our house reopened so hubs and I loaded the kids and I OF COURSE forgot my camera!After that hubs took our daughter for junk food and home while I took the boy and walked downtown to mail off my etsy packages and also the goodies for both of my giveaway winners so ladies expect those soonishly (what?It's my blog I can invent words its fine) .
I stopped by my friend Jan's antique shop for a minute to catch a break from the heat and dropped off a pair of AMAZING lucite shoes at the cobbler for repair.Seriously I love those shoes and I'm so bummed they were a size too big to those will be making it into my etsy shop soon...I might have to blog about those once I get them back,they're seriously THAT drool worthy.Aw cobblers,yours is a dying trade as we enter deeper and deeper into a throw away nation.Trust me ladies and gents,cobblers can do amazing things so if you have a pair of vintage shoes or even a modern pair you loved to death don't toss them just yet they might be able to be saved!
My daughters 3rd birthday approaches at the end of the month,I've been wanting to get her a Schwinn tricycle and we're lucky to have one downtown...or so I thought.Apparently the lock and key shop next to it was spread over to the bike shop and the bike shop is no more,not even a sign to say they went out of business or moved.The old sign still remains though.