As she said, 'This will make it our 4th year...which cements it as a tradition in my books!'
|Matching strappy sandals, colourful toe nails, big sunnies and straw baskets from our trip to France. We're twinnies!|
|We admire these bird houses every year. I was dead set on getting a couple of these antique metal churns to use as planters on the patio with a couple of small trees in them. They were £15 each, which I thought was a good price|
|Decisions, decisions. We loved that enamel dresser|
|Weighing up whether to try on this 1940s cotton dress|
It's a tradition!
|This year's junk: a Scottish dancing brooch (£4) to replace one I lost years ago and a bird bath (£10) which looks like it could belong to Snow White. I also bought something else which I'll show you soon!|
*The title refers to a purchase in year 1, when I actually came home with a kitchen sink unit. Every year since, Q's parting words when I set off are, 'Don't buy anything big and impractical.'
Makes me laugh every time.
BIG THANKS and photographic credit to Serena for taking all the pictures of me.