When I came to visit CountryBoy for our anniversary and Thanksgiving last November we bought a bird feeder and hung it in one of the trees that can be seen from our living room (and now from my sewing table as well).
Although we had quite a few visitors those first few months a full feeder would last a couple of days.
Now, I'm lucky if a full feeder lasts for two hours.
I kid you not.
Steady visitors until it's gone.
I've added a small bird bath which these desert birds have thoroughly enjoyed.
The weather is getting nicer outside so maybe I can get some shots of them in the bird bath.
Last Saturday, CountryBoy and I stopped to check out the Goodwill store in town.
I really like the way they organized the clothes by color.
I don't know about you but I tend to gravitate toward the same colors when shopping and having my favorite colors all in one area just seems to make it easier to shop.
But, I wasn't shopping for clothes. (There's only so much closet space in a 5th wheel!) We were just browsing.
As of late, whenever I'm in a thrift store, I've been finding myself in the craft and fabric section of the store. (Imagine that!) I've found some deals on yarn, knitting needles and fabric. (Speaking of, I still need to make use of those needles and learn how to knit.)
While CountryBoy was looking for anything that might could even possibly be used as a pan for panning gold (yes, working at the mine, and not the one we just visited, has given him the gold rush fever, ha!) I was checking out the linens.
Look what I found...
Two beautiful napkins! These napkins are so me... I love the colors, the pattern, the texture and the leaves on them!
And the best part? I paid .49 cents for both of them. That's right... I said BOTH of them, woohoo!
Do you have a thrift store find that you've been thrilled with?
Till next time,