Workshops

Monday, September 15, 2008

Fun Junk: Revisited


If you are a reader of my blog, you might recall that in August I wrote about a kitschy little shop in Olympia, Washington: Fun Junk (click here if you want to read my original post). When I went to post photos of the shop, I discovered that I had deleted all of the photographs I had taken! Bad words were said, and I experienced an annoying, horrible sinking feeling. Well, I'm sinking no more because last Friday I found myself at Fun Junk once again, this time armed with my camera and the determination not to delete the photos.






Oh, and in a back room of the store is a space labelled "Overflow." That is where grandson Luke, and granddaughter Ella, found a pile of old letters to play with. Yes, that's a rusty baker's rack for sale!

2 comments:

Gerri said...

I love the stores you go to Dayna! I would get lost in them and spend lots of money LOL.

Dayna Collins said...

Gerri, yes it is such fun to visit these kinds of stores and I have to watch myself or I would spend too much! I got away this most recent time with spending less than $20 (and I got some fun stuff!). Thanks for your comments - you are so sweet. Dayna