That period of life when what was so relevant isn't as relevant. Lighten Up!
This is the kind of Vintage I used to be able to do in our old house. Happy that my daughter likes a vintage piece here and there in her home decor.
So I took the kids (by myself) to the first estate sale of the season.
I was nervous… sometime we are like a walking tornado when we go somewhere – but it went so well!
Everyone got some gardening supplies for super cheap.
But the best find was my vintage metal cart for $11.25!
I have always wanted one and despite having no idea where to put it, I bought it 🙂
The first thing I had to when we got home was make lunch… these kids are ALWAYS hungry – LOL!
So as I was cleaning up the dishes, I found inspiration – and an empty wall!
I pulled out a bunch of our snack foods and arranged it nicely on the cart.
I filled a pitcher with water and set out cups.
I can hardly wait for the kids to come inside from playing outside and say, “I’m hungry!”
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