The 'moving in' process continues at the Waterloo Antiques Mall. As of today, most of the bigger pieces are in, and I'll be adding loads of smalls in the coming days.
I drove all day on Saturday to get this wonderful old piece. It was used in a bakery to display the loaves of bread. What doesn't show in the photos is the wavy old glass that is all the way down on each side. I think it was worth the drive, do you agree?
On Tuesday, Pamm from Fresh Eggs Antiques gave up her day off to help me. Not only that,
she brought yummy sandwiches for us!
It was a regular old party on Tuesday, as Kathy also gave up another day to help, and brought a delicious apple tart for our working lunch. I'm so blessed to have friends to help; couldn't have done it without them. Thanks Pamm & Kathy!
Although the mall is sixty miles from my home, the trip seems shorter each time I go. Once I'm set up, I plan to go there at least once a week to freshen it up and add new finds.
There will be a an event sometime in April when all of the exciting changes that are currently in the works at the Waterloo Antiques Mall are completed.
Among the happenings, I've learned that two of my dear friends will soon be setting up spaces of their own near mine. I can't wait!
I would love it if you'd stop and visit Gracie's Cottage at the Waterloo Antiques Mall anytime that you're in the area...you might just find me there!