Only in Alabama do you see tractors for sale at a yardsale.....this was on the way to Sylacauga, which in case you didn't know it is the birthplace of Gomer Pyle himself, Jim Nabors. That's just a little tidbit for y'all, free of charge!
Yesterday, I met up once again with Judy, from Gracious Southern Living. We met another Alabama blogger friend, Wanda, who has just opened the cutest antique store.
Just Vintage...come on in for a peek.
She's done a great job setting things up, making it all look pretty and inviting.
We both fell in love with this blue door, but it's not for sale. I can see why she'd want to keep it hanging here, it's so appealing in its chippiness.
I loved this little iron base with marble top piece.
I bought a little architectural piece, which I didn't get a picture of.
And here are the 3 of us, Judy, me, and Wanda. It was really fun to meet Wanda and see her cute shop. I wish her the best with her new business!
We went downtown and shopped in another couple of stores and the above pic was from the store, Mary Lee's (below).
She has some very cute clothes, as well as antiques for sale in the store. Very unique. Turns out she knows my husband's first cousin, who is also from Sylacauga, as does Wanda. Wanda graduated from high school with my husband's two sister cousins.
Inside Mary Lee's.
And has lots of her family things in the store as added decoration.
We ate lunch here at the Marble City Grill.
Really cute place.
A chick's delight of chicken salad and fruit. I ate all mine...Judy ate like a little bird!
Cute marble topped iron table.
More downtown stores filled with pretty things.
This one had lots of monogram things.
And I just loved this pretty pear plate.