Mercury glass candlesticks, seashells, leather chairs, zinc fragments, grain sacks, silver cups, confit pots, confiture jars, chairs, wooden cutting boards, birdhouses, monograms, toys, clothing, lamps, mirrors, tapestries, crystals, frames, carved wood, Louis this, Louis that, Napoleon for good measure, rugs, crosses, jewelry, portraits, paintings, bathtubs, bits and bobs, trinkets, statues, ladders, old things, good things, history lessons, handmade lace, boutis, one of a kind pieces, happiness ever after.
A leather club chair, a hide covered stool which had a child's leather motorcycle helmet sitting on top of it.
French Husband tried it on while pretending to ride.
Going to the brocante with French Husband is fun: He drives me everywhere, carries everything we buy to the car, writes everything down, looks for stuffed animals for no reason except to say, "Oh how cute is that one", tries on things, talks to every dealer selling anything to do with motorcycles, and then drives home.
Gina, a friend I met through blogging and who is staying in "The House Next Door" came with us to the brocante. Look what she found! Onion soup ironstone bowls.
Gina sitting on a chair that looks like a ball, but it was a chair.
I wish I had a photo of our car, there was barely room for us.
The cutting boards came home with us, plus some other big stuff for Cassis and some paintings.
What is something that you love to do?