I got a package from my sister last week and she had sent me a couple more of the crochet dishcloths I adore. I love the colors in these.
I am not a NASCAR fan but while I was stopped at a gas station I noticed this racing semi that had the back doors open, so I snapped a pic just for fun. Not even sure who's truck this is.
I had some Mother's Day money so I took myself to a store that has tons of booths in it. It is not an antique store so the prices were very reasonable. I am in love with the 401 mixing bowls. They are the smallest in the nesting bowls. I have a divided serving dish in the Americana so this is my second piece in that pattern.
I do not have any yellows. When I spotted this baby sitting on the shelf, I knew it had to come home with me. I thought it might be part of the daisy Cinderella, but one of my Facebook groups thinks it is the Town and Country solid yellow. It is a soft shade of yellow, not bright. Any experts know for sure which set? I just know I adore it.
But the one that made my day was my very first piece of turquoise. I am beyond thrilled. I have this in the flamingo pink so I have been looking everywhere for the turquoise.
Aren't my solids pretty all stacked together? I just know hubby is going to claim the yellow for when he makes country steak and gravy. It is the perfect size.
I also got this cool plate. It says British Bread and Cheese plate. It is made by John Buck in England. I don't have a clue if it is vintage or not, but I fell in love with it.
Not a bad haul for less than $20 including tax. Made for a great Mother's Day gift. And the great part is...I haven't even washed them up yet. They looked this good right off the shelf. SCORE!