Never did shake those clouds. No rain, but it was crazy windy all day, and the wind was cold and sharp.
You can tell spring is on the way when bunnies start showing up at the flea market.
These must be those fainting goats I keep hearing about.
I liked this cool fireplace screen. It’s kind of creepy, though.
Trust no one, Mister Mulder! There was a Scully doll, too. The truth is still out there.
You can leave your hat on. Even if you’re headless. Poor girl. At least it matched her dress.
This great sign appealed to me for some strange reason.
Speaking of insane….today was creepy doll day at the flea market.
What’s a flea market without socks? Neil and I actually bought some. I think that’s a first for us.
Love this sleigh. Kind of made me wish for some snow before this winter is gone.
Creepy dolls everywhere…..
Vinyl is alive and well here. Now all you need is a turntable. You remember those, right?
The wind was so biting today that even the statues wore scarves. I had mine on. Could have used some gloves, too.
Demented Easter bunny—another sign of spring.
Balloon man making balloon animals. What a happy job that must be.
We had a nice day at the flea market!
Before we headed home, we stopped for a visit and some supper with daughter Kelly, son in law Kerry and grandpeep Knox. Couldn’t resist a gratuitous self portrait in the bathroom mirror. Knox has on his baseball cap turned around backward. Yo! (Note the monkey on his bottom--major cuteness)
Silly Monkey Knox was asleep in my lap and woke up when I took his picture.
Baby hands are the sweetest things ever! Look at those dimples. Now there’s something you won’t ever find for sale at the flea market. Happy TGIF, everyone!