Packs of cards - one is photographs of a Dutch town - all black and whites. The others are prints of what I think may have originally been watercolors of St. Augstine, Florida - "The oldest city in the United States."
I think I may have overpaid for some of this weeks items, but I did talk the seller down to just two thirds of her asking price, but she was really really overpriced for a garage sale.
At another garage sale I found this antique book. I'm a sucker for an old book. The inside is full of poems and some neat pictures.
A vintage tin snail. I had Israel with me and he wanted a toy and this little guy was so cute, I couldn't resist. I told Israel that he was very very old and that he needed to be careful with him so he didnt' break. Israel came home and told Randal, "This is very very old, you need to be careful so it won't break." It was pretty cute. All of that was $20, talked down from $30. Overpriced for a garage sale, but I felt like it was still a pretty good deal.
A vintage clutch and scarf. I really love the clutch - I used it tonight for a gathering of Randal's colleagues from school. And the scarf just says "The Pink Ladies" to me. The book and these two were a total of $5. This garage sale was much better priced.
And it reminds me of my mom because it has little heart on either side of it and my mom loves hearts and looks for them everywhere. So at only a dollar it was a super find for me and my favorite piece of the weekend!