First I found 2 wood paper towel holders. I replaced the one in the kitchen which was all wobbly
The other is now in my bathroom since I need both select-a-size and full-size towels there.
Two Johnson Bros. white ironstone bowls and one bread and butter plate caught my eye next.
A cherub napkin ring to go along with one I found in the same store a few months ago. That other one has been on my dresser displaying a dried rosebud:
A tin bowl with blue and white design. The wide border surrounds a pleasing central landscape:
Appealing to my passion for blue and white dishes was a large Corelle Livingware dinner plate in a Blue Onion-type pattern called "Blue Floral".
I was glad to add it to my Blue Onion items that I posted about here. Since then I have acquired a total of eight of the "Blue Floral" dinner plates. As sturdy almost unbreakable wares, they will be useful for summer meals on the deck.
I also found 8 children’s books to send to my sister for her grandkids, plus one Children’s Letters to God, which was for me, but I’m sending it to my sister as well. The sign said 10 cents each.
When I went to pay at the counter, the clerk quickly looked over my items and said: $4.20. That included 5% tax. of 20 cents!
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