I'm a bit sore today from yesterday's run, especially after I sit down for something, but definitely not as bad as I thought I would be. I didn't get too much done in the way of furniture today because I worked at the Thrift Shop. I was there a little longer than usual getting some work done for tomorrow. By the time I got home and did a little bit around the house, it was time to head to the neighbor's for our dinner share.
First up, I'll share my really exciting news. I'm gonna be official! Yep, I'm gonna have a real logo and I couldn't be more excited. One of my great (and super talented) friends, Rhonda, has a marketing design company called Vintage Birch Designs. You can visit her website at http://www.vintagebirchdesigns.com/. She has been designing a logo for me and I'm working on tweeking a few things to make it "me". As soon as it's completed, I'll definitely share! Hopefully, this blog will start looking better and I'll have the sidebar all set up, making it MUCH easier for you to navigate your way around here.
With that being said...I'm certainly going to need to get better pictures for you as this blog (hopefully) continues to grow. This post, unfortunately, does not have great pics. It was so incredibly bright outside when I took these, but hopefully you can bear with me and get the idea.
In this particular post I wanted to show you a really cool piece that I recently snagged and the difference that a little wax can make. I have booths at two shops here in Florida. One is Smith's Antiques in Destin, which is a higher-end, nice antique mall. The other is at De'France Antiques and Collectible Indoor Flea Market in Fort Walton Beach. This is more of an "average buyer" type store. There is a mix of old and new and everything in between. I love it when I find something in another dealer's booth at one of my stores that I know will be a perfect fit at the other store. This desk/table is a perfect example.