In case you Peeps are wondering about my morning coffee.
It is a very difficult job, but someone has to work on this bag of Ghiradelli chocolates! I volunteered, knocking everyone else away, shielding them from the danger ahead. There are only a few left in the bag, so I think I have everything under control.
The shop was so pretty on Saturday, prepared for Valentine’s Day. It was a good day! And speaking of Valentine’s Day, my dear sweet friend Jason bought me a baby guitar for the shop for Valentine’s Day. It is small enough to carry into the shop and not take up too much space. “Baby” guitar gives the impression of a child’s instrument, but many companies now are making baby and mini guitars that have great tone and are perfect for travel for adults.
I tried out a Martin,a Yahama, and a Taylor. It came down to the Taylor and the Yahama. The Martin was set up to play with an amp, and I did not need that. Also, I was not sure how I felt about the thickness of the neck of the Martin. Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised with the tone of the Yahama, and the price was perfect, as far as I was concerned! Not that I think Yamaha is bad by any means. It is just that Jason has a baby Taylor himself, and I already knew how great it sounded, so I had already set the Taylor on a pedestal in my mind, I guess.
I love this little vintage tray. Made in Italy. Currently in the shop.
And these old fabric flowers. Ahhhhh.
Now, some things that have inspired me this morning.
Beautiful altered couture.
A perfectly perfect greenhouse screen door.
Be still my heart! Heart-stopping boots.
With that, enjoy this day!