Myrna, Good Morning, Thank you for sharing Pt.II. I didn't know what picture to look at first. Everything is beautiful. I miss those stores from back in NY. The secretary is just what I have been looking for, and the dishes. GREAT treasures. Thank you for bring me along. Just LOVE to shop till I drop or the money runs out first, which is usually the case. Love and Prayers, Suzanne
Thanks for the tour!! I saw some great turkey dishes, plus little turkeys sitting all over. Thanksgiving must be around the corner. It looks like a great shop. Sally
Hi Myrna...I loved Part 1 & Part2 even though I missed Part 1 till now...You know my heart skipped a beat when I saw all the pretty dishes in that cute shop. I'm adding you to my blog list so I can visit more often.. ;-) Bo
Boy when you love this stuff you just love it, huh? I know it is not for everybody but it is sure fun to share with the ones who love it.... Thanks for sharing Myrna....
Hi Myrna!What a great place! I love it! That old green stove is awesome! And I love that turkey sitting on that table. That's alot of eye candy to take in!Hugs, Sherry
Fun shop tour Myrna! Thanks!
Wow! So many things to look at. Maybe sometime I will make a day trip just to go there. That would be fun. But when I go, I want to be able to afford to get something, so I have to wait a bit for that kind of a day trip. But I will keep it in mind.
Hi Myrna, Your post made me want to call a friend and go shopping tomorrow.I loved all the eye candy.How nice to have a mother in law that likes to do the same things that you do. Hugs.Becky
Myrna! I love this place! I've visited several times since we moved down here earlier this year. Ruth, the lady who owns this sweet shop, is such a lovely woman. I've always enjoyed visiting with her. I told her I'd come back and actually buy more than just a postcard whenever our house sold--well, I'll be visiting her soon! Next time you come to Elk Grove, give me a call and I'll meet you for coffee--I live in Elk Grove! Smiles, Jann