Saturday, January 2, 2010

Camas Antiques..I'm busted

So... today is the last frooha for me.. I gathered up my lovies which included Danny and Ella because my other kids found other people to be more fun than me and dad after spending Christmas vacation with us..Hehee.. I was in a mood for antique shopping and off to Camas we went..
And.... I found this charming little bust for my necklaces from Camas Antiques..for $9..Its cute..I'm trying to decide if I should keep it for myself or give it to Camalee..for now its in my bathroom..

If you get a chance to get over there..do..its a fun little town and everyone is really friendly..


We ate at a pizza place called Twilight..I shot some pics for you..do you like?



I guess this big chandy is the moon...thus twilight..


Don't you just love blurry pics like this..it make the place look like its full of energy!





And of course my sweet little Ella ..who looks so cute here..she begged like a true pauper.. but I held my ground ..for today..Thanks for stopping by! Love ya Mean it! Stephanie






7 comments:

Kati- said...

I love the bust, what a great find!! Twilight looks nice and homey!!!

Jenglamgirl said...

Love that bust, with the hanging pearly necklace.. what a great treasure!

Amanda said...

What a great way to display your necklaces! Never would have thought of that.

Twilight looks like a really cool place to eat!

And your daughter is just precious. :)

~ RM said...

Sounds like you had a great time!
I love that bust!~ Wish I could find one, I hardly ever seen them!

Jeanneoli said...

Your daughter is absolutely beautiful. I love the freckles!!!

1 Funky Woman said...

Love the bust. I have one in my bathroom and I hang necklaces on it too! Right now she is wearing a holly crown from Christmas. I like to decorate her for the seasons. What a great find, and Ella is adorable, I like her dog!

Megan

rebecca @ older and wisor said...

I don't think you should keep it at all - you should send her to Texas!

Also, for your stove issue, I swear I've seen little "flaps" that you can put as a transition between the stovetop and the counter so that things don't fall through the cracks, but that doesn't really help the issue down by the oven door. If she truly is too skinny, perhaps a few cookies would help... ;)