The fair is exclusively for things over twenty years old...but they still let Lo in :)
I was so excited to get to spend the day with KD (a bestie since college days)!
I couldn't stop taking pictures of all these amazing finds...
I'm still kicking myself for not buying this button
Look what KD bought.
This could be a piece of modern poetry:
I was posing with this and feeling like a total dork, when a guy shouted, "You look like her!"
And I was like, "Happy Birthday to me!"
Sponges & Silver
Look what JKL spotted...
Confession: I have never met a hat that I didn't want on my head
I don't even know what these are, but I WANT them
Lo and behold, Lo bought a ring!
When I have a huge loft (or am living under a bridge), I am buying this Hollywood Video sign and putting it on one big white wall...
Lunch break, where in we eat EVERYTHING! Roberta (on the right) was such a doll! Not only was she our antique show guide & driver, she also told me, "You are going to have an incredible year. 29 is the best." LOVE HER.
Post lunch pow-wow to decide where to go next
I bought myself a necklace as a present. I lurve it.
We'd been eying these popsicles all day. JKL treated me to a sea salted dark chocolate from Pop Nation...it was like the Audrey Hepburn of fudgsicles and I mean that in a good way!
My incredible Auntie Anne got me the best present ever...this cookie from Feel Good Bakery which was insane and wall to wall with walnuts :)
Still, can't believe I'm 29. I'm practically an antique, but I've always liked antiques. So here's to 29, something I can definitely celebrate.