Normally the population of Round Top is 90.
How cute is that?
I have read about people's adventures to Round Top before, but it sounded so impossibly far away I never even considered going. And even though I may love decorating and buying new old furniture, it is not really a necessity.
I didn't learn where it was located until last weekend when we took a
Combine this amazing discovery with the fact that we are moving soon and I suddenly want all the things I've been pinning, I mean pining, over for years.
Luckily it was no trouble at all convincing Ryan to go too. We decided to make a day trip of it and opted out of renting a uhaul or anything. Many places offer shipping and we were planning a second trip later with friends anyway.
We worked on the 'one finger rule'. He was very good about it.
There is so much to take in. We just walked around for a while and gawked.
Apparently having a huge move coming up makes me lose the urge to do many things like do laundry and pick up clutter and toys all over the floor for the 80th time in a day. But, the need to buy huge marquee letters for the kids? Sky high.
Antique multicolored abacus? I never even knew that I wanted this! (I didn't get it, but it is so cute, sigh).
How do we feel about this tiara? Not enough or too much?
We actually bought the most stuff at this little tent stop right off of 290. The prices seemed much better there than at the big tent places. By this time is was raining so I didn't get any pictures of our finds, but I promise some tomorrow!
We ended our trip with pie, so even the kids were happy. And, I totally did not bring home like five extra slices for later. Nope, not even one.
I am counting this for the JBS Centipede blog challenge ... take a walk. Take a walk we did.