I can't resist the gift shop at Southern Exposure. I just can't. Don't need a thing -- doesn't matter!
On my first visit I ended up with some pretty silk hydrangeas and small painted bushel-style baskets that went together like a dream. And, I admired that cotton wreath. Maybe later...
The lavender was lovely. I fear my Garden Warrior did a number on my own lavender last year. I may have a cleaner garden look but I lost a lot of blooms. So this dried lavender display was a gentle reminder to get new plants this year!
And if I had the right setting, I'd hang up a bicycle in a minute!
I'm a sucker for bird cages. I have a few so I passed these up. Reluctantly!
And these lamps I also showed in my previous post have such a warm feeling!
Of course, who could not admire this mannequin -- and her Scarlett O'Hara-sized waist. (Maybe in this contemporary period, I should refer to Lily James' Cinderella waist and all its recent press!)
Everywhere you look, the view dazzles! Yes, one takes a little extra time here!
What didn't I buy? (Yet.) Well, these sunshine-on-a-stick garden pieces have been in my mind for the past week or so.
And after all, I'm headed back there at least twice more this spring! Stay tuned!
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