Hubby went with me to the Tower District the other day, where we hung out at Fulton’s Folley, an antique mall I mentioned in an earlier blog post. A very nice lady was going to meet me there to give me some old airmail envelopes for me to use in future scrapbook journals. While we waited for her (we had an appointment earlier in the area), we browsed the antiques and goods in the booths, and I of course, took photos. It’s been such a long time since I have been in an antique shop; I forgot how much fun it can be. My mother used to have a booth in an antique dealership where she lives, but that’s been years ago. Wow, these older relics sure brought back memories! I can remember having old children’s books, a doll like the one in the blue dress, and I have seen countless photos with my mother or grandmother dressed in some of the styles I saw here. And I just love Fiesta Ware! So much fun, so much reminiscing. Hubby loved the books, and got a big kick out of the old cameras and records. Lots of good stuff to sort through, lots of little adventures to encounter, plenty of photos to bring home and scrap.