So at this point I’m about a month or so behind with posting so these are pictures from last month, which was quite eventful for my family since Father’s Day, my mom’s birthday and my birthday all took place within a week of each other!
1. My favorite jewelry store 2. Bubble tea 3. Flower box outside Elm Street Oyster House 4, 5, & 6. Different shades of Buddha at Lucky Buddha 7. Enjoying some ice cream at Ben & Jerry’s 8. Father’s Day dinner 9. Skylight 10. Food poisoning 11 & 12. Birthday flowers for my mom 13. A birthday present for me 14. Birthday ice cream at Bluebird 15. A salted caramel ice cream cone
Every year Alex and I try to make at least one trip to Elephant’s Trunk Country Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut, and last month marked our first visit of the year.
Hopefully we will be able to make at least one or two more trips there before the season is over since we always seem to go home with some fantastic flea market finds.
Since it was late morning by the time we arrived, Alex and I decided to grab some food. I got a tofu taco.
And Alex got a pulled pork sandwich.
And of course we couldn’t pass up some mini doughnuts!
My first purchase of the trip was this tin candy box in a pretty shade of pink.
One of the vendors had a huge box filled with old black & white photographs, and since the vendor was practically giving them away for free, I couldn’t help but pick out a few to take home.
One thing I had hoped to accomplish at the flea was to start a collection of vintage glass bottles, and thankfully I was able to find some lovely blue ones. I also could not resist bringing home the small hobnail vase and creamer to the right.
And I would have to say that our coolest purchase of the trip was this vintage Coca-Cola crate.
Our precious finds.
The simplest things in life are often the best things in life, and I would definitely have to say that a simple floral arrangement is one of my all-time favorite things. Just having a single vessel filled with flowers on the kitchen counter instantly brightens my day and so it is especially lovely when I have a few arrangements scattered throughout the house.
Here are a few pictures from this past spring when I decided to splurge during a trip to Trader Joe’s and get 2 bouquets of ranunculuses, 1 bouquet of tulips and a hyacinth plant, all for less than $20.
Happy Monday! I hope you had a truly wonderful weekend. I spent mine enjoying some much needed rest and relaxation while finally getting around to going through a several thousand photos from the past few months that I have still yet to share here on the blog (don’t worry, I will only end up sharing a small portion). To start things off, here is a collection of photos from back in May when it was still springtime.
1. A mid-morning nap 2. Outside Terrain 3. Daffodil wall 4. Petite purple flowers 5. A leafy corner 6. Coffee to go 7. Honeymoon beer 8. At Moderne Barn 9. Taking in a matinee of Dumbo 10. At Claire’s Nursery 11. Caladium 12, 13, 14 & 15. Succulents galore