Immortalized in the well known Beatles song,
the lyrics stated, "good day sunshine". . .
. . . .and that's what we enjoyed on Saturday for the
Fall Festival at SuzAnna's Antiques and the
Vintage Village here in town.
Hand painted signs are really popular again and there
are some fabulous ones made by dealers at SuzAnna's.
For those of you perhaps waaaay up north, or living abroad,
and not familiar with southern expressions, "HEY, Y'ALL"
means Hello/Hi all of you! Yes, there is a different
language spoken here in the south, and it took me awhile
to get it. . . and even after 37 years here I still
sometimes have difficulty when I hear a true southern
accent rife with southern colloquialisms.
My personal pretty purchase for the day - the English
(made in Staffordshire) tea pot naturally.
Never have enough - although I did cull my collection
some time back so this makes just three. At just $9.00
I couldn't pass it up.
The lovely girls - granddaughters Cassie, Jasmin
(who works weekends at SuzAnna's),
my fabulous friend Vanessa who now lives several
hours away but came to see us, and Susie, co-owner
of the shop with her daughter Jenny. Sorry Jenny we
didn't snap you in this one, you were working so
diligently with your many customers!
This lovely sign said it all.
As always, we had fun here, then Cassie, Vanessa and I
headed to Anthropologie for more eye candy browsing - and
a little buying (show you later), then met up with my Bob
for some thirst quenching iced coffee at Starbucks.
A perfect day in every way.