So, hubby says he wants to go home. Reluctantly, I agreed. Then, I asked the cashier about other thrift stores in the area. She filled me in on the 411 of Batesburg thrift shops. My wheels were spinning!! Little man wants to know which one we are going to next as hubby is rolling his eyes. He tells us to just take him home and then go back if we like. Ya' know we did! Spent most of the day pickin'! I can't wait to go back next week.
Oh yeah! The rocking chair. Here she is before.
She's itty bitty tiny with little ball and claw feet. CUTE! The cane seat was busted and because I don't know how to cane (I hope to learn some day) I had to get creative. Here she is now.
She's funky! She's a cross between Donnie and Marie.... a little bit country and a little bit rock-n-roll. I'm calling her Nanny's chair and here is why. After I finished the "Perfume on a Pig" table, I was happily sanding this girl. She was much more cooperative. So, I'm in my own little world, sanding with the full intention of painting her black. That's when I heard a voice saying, "For Pete's sake! Please tell me you're not going to paint over that beautiful wood!?" Huh? Nanny, is that you? Nanny is my great grandmother and she was known to be a