I just love them both. Then I started checking out the buttons and came upon these glass ones from Germany. Gail herself waited on me, and told me that few shops in the US stock German glass buttons, Hungarian (or was it Czech?) being the norm. I wish you could really see the irridescence in these buttons. They are phenomenal up close and personal.
When I got home this afternoon, I started going through another bag of stuff that my Mom had saved....whatever for? She is very sentimental, so I know from whence I got it! Here's a little heart pendant that I have plans for:
And then there were these two old pocket watches, one with my maternal grandfather's initials engraved on the back, and the other with those of my Daddy:
I just love these guys and know that I won't be able to part with them either!
It is very warm here, in case you didn't know. When we left Atlanta this afternoon, my car thermometer read 111! YIKES!!!! By the time we got back to Gainesville, it was registering 102. I thought perhaps it was stuck, but then it went up to 104, so it was indeed operating. I think Big Al may just be right about this Global Warming thing. Lemme see, how many more days does W have in office?