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October 01, 2010


Linda @ A La Carte

You once again did really well. Love the typewriter!

My Shabby Roses

You did pretty good Laurie.
I made it to one but was dissapoined when I drove up to it and I had already been there about 3 weeks ago. )o:


Hi Lori! Very fun finds!

Nancy Jane York

What's a sale without a few spun heads my gosh I would be shocked if you did not find some. That typewriter, before I left CA I got rid of one my mom gave me as a teen. It was an Underwood upright and weighed a ton. I think I actually had to give it away as in CA they were worthless. I didn't have room for it and really didn't want it anymore. Well I just can't keep everything you know especially when we had to pay a dollar a pound to move all our stuff. Nan


Looks like another great day!!


I love the way you say, "I don't have this one." And they way you find those spun heads...they do just sit and wait for you don't they?! Have a great weekend. I'm off to the flea market today! - Kathy


As usual...a great sale!
I am waiting on Halloween decorations!...patiently waiting...(kinda)

Jill at buckscountyfolkart.blogspot.com

MAGPIE! You are surely the queen of vintage finds! As soon as my hubby gets out of the shower, we're hitting a town flea market. Crossing my fingers for some scores!


ps You get soooo many comments from admirers, please don't feel you need to respond to mine everytime I comment. That must take you forever to have to do that for everyone!


The straws slay me! Can't wait to see your display with the typewriter! Have a fun weekend! Elizabeth

Mary B.

Laurie, You found wonderful things. I really liked the typewriter.
We don't have a lot of estate sales around her BUT I live only 1 1/2 hours from Roundtop Antique Fair. I went this weekend and loved it. I have been going for many years. I found two vintage/antique pencil boxes. I also saw a number of vintage Halloween and Christmas items. I saw some very small mercury glass ornaments for antique feather trees. They were beautiful. There were bells and pinecones, etc. BUT I rarely see spun cotton heads. Those only want you. I think they all move to your city and wait for you to "pick" them.
Happy hunting!! I really enjoyed your finds!
Mary B.


Hi Laurie,
The "goodies" found you again! : )
I'm really loving the Halloween
witch containers, stickers and of
course the spun cotton heads.
I think the typewriter would be
great for a Halloween display and
can't wait to see what you do with

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