I will now have to redesign my room to accommodate it, what a treasure.
We had a lovely walk strolling around the car boot sale at Stickney, chatting and laughing our way around. Wilbur was such a good boy, clutching his pennies looking for the perfect treasure.
I certainly was very lucky and managed quite the haul, a candlemaking kit including book for £1.
I thought it was something that I would try during the winter months when I don't get out and about as much, a taster before I spend a lot of money on a pastime/hobby that I may not enjoy.
I also managed to get two old box sets of LPs which I was thrilled with, each set held eight records for £2 for both.
The LP sleeves were a real delight, stunning.
What was quite amazing I was familiar with all of the songs and artists, I really am getting older.
For the bargain price of 10p I also secured a stencil set, whilst I wasn't too keen on the stencil I did think the paints and the brush would be useful.
It really was a good quality brush so well worth the 10p spent. Another 10p brought a book.
I have a dolls house that I want to "do up" and have spent some time exploring the different possibilities, so a great book to browse. 10p seemed to be the popular price this week, as I also bought for 10p some vintage blocks for the nursery.
Wilbur managed to get some books and a game, which we had fun playing. We also had fun with bubbles.
...and of course some rough and tumble with Grandad and the inevitable visit to the soft play. The soft play centre is like a ritual, a visit to Granny and Grandad's means a visit to the beach, the park, soft play and ice cream.
A wonderful weekend, making some wonderful memories to treasure and reflect upon. A weekend looking for treasure, bargain hunting. How was your weekend, did you manage to hit the jackpot and bring some treasure home?
See you soon.