Monday, December 22, 2008

Olio

Last week Frankie took me to one of her new favorite little antique shops. I can see why she loves it, it's crammed with kitchy goodness. Olio has all kinds of 20th century kitchy cool stuff.




I am constantly seeing stuff on blogs that I know I'll never find but HEY LOOK AT THIS! When Beth posted about the reflectors I thought wow, I'll never find those.. but holy cow, look at this stash. Frankie and I bought a bundle so we'll be ready.




Melissa had the nicest collection of paint-by-number I've seen. Well you know, have seen outside of a magazine!!!

I love her Christmas display. There's a Christmas stocking in green that I think is the same as the one I've used for years, except mine is white. Maybe this year I'll make the little repairs it needs. I think maybe it was made from a kit, I'm not sure. I'll have to ask mom.




Frankie and I had a great outing, lunch at Toasties, then we went to Back Porch Fabrics which is always fun. Did a little grocery shopping and hung out watching tv. It didn't start raining till I was almost back in town which was perfect timing.
It's the week of Christmas people! I need to get a ham!! Stat. And then get caught up on my new fun show Life. Seriously, how did I miss this one before.

20 Comments:

Blogger Peddlecar Quilts said...

Oh how I love little antique stores like that. So much fun. You never know what you might find!!
Have a Merry Christmas!!

9:46 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

And you didn't bring me along because?

11:27 AM  
Anonymous happy zombie said...

What a great shop... and I love those reflectors! What a dreamy adventure and that shop is so neat! If it ever stops snowing and we can make our way down... I so want to hit this shop with you! xoxo-m

12:17 PM  
Blogger Candace said...

What a great find, Pam! We have so much less of that in our area now - I think because of eBay and Craig's List (oh, and did I mention the economy - ugh). Looks like you two had a great time!
We bought our ham over the weekend in case we get snowed in - and guess what - we did!!!
Cheers!

12:24 PM  
Blogger Lorraine said...

great shop Pam....nice to have fun adventures with your daughter!...We got hour ham yesterday...I think on the food front we are good to go for the day .....but I still have a few gifts to finish...I am on holidays until the 12 Jan....I am savouring each moment! Have a wonderful Christmas!

12:45 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

That looks like such a wonderful store! It looks like you found some wonderful items too. I would love to see how you will use them. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas.

2:01 PM  
Blogger Holly said...

I Love antique shops! You can find such unique things. Love the reflectors and vintage ornaments.
I'll have to check out "LIFE" (because lord knows I need one, lol)
Merry Christmas!

4:07 PM  
Anonymous amy said...

Doesn't that look like a FUN store?! I would need to go with an experienced guide who would let me have first choice. ;-) The vintage Christmas stuff is great. Hope your ham is nice and, well, hammy. While I am a "vegetarian," I have to sneak a tiny bite of Ossian ham on Christmas. It's pure salty goodness! Hope you have a very merry Christmas!

4:24 PM  
Blogger lifeinredshoes said...

Oh my, this place is dangerous!

5:06 PM  
Blogger Red Geranium Cottage said...

What a cool place. I need to come for a visit.
So.......do ya have that ham yet?? I've gone one. YUMMY!!!

5:41 PM  
Anonymous Celine said...

I would love to be antique-ing in your neck of the woods these days. We are having a little cold snap - the high today was 11 degrees. So, know that I am envious!

Merry Christmas - and we got a ham too!

5:48 PM  
Blogger Dandelion Quilts said...

It is a good show and luckily you can catch all the previous episodes on NBC.com. You missed it because NBC keeps moving it all around on the schedule. Last year it was Monday nights. This year it debuted at Friday nights (seriously...did they want to cancel it?), then it moved to Mondays, and then again to Wednesdays. I hope they can keep it still enough to attract an audience as I am fearful they will cancel it. It has just the right amount of humor, irony, and suspence. I cannot believe the ending last week.....uggh, and to wait until Feb???? Enjoy your new show.

7:48 PM  
Blogger Simply This and That said...

Oh wow that shop looks great! I love the sign even! Way cool. Thanks for sharin. Merry Christmas! ooxx`jodi

8:08 PM  
Blogger Miss Jean said...

Thanks for the heads up on Olio. I'll have to stop in the next time we are down there.

And Life...where have you been. It is a G R E A T show!!!!!!

9:25 PM  
Blogger Judy said...

OMG! I love old glass ornaments! I would have been broke!

9:19 AM  
Blogger Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

What a great store. I wish there were more places like that where I live. But it is fun to see yours.

1:51 PM  
Blogger Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

What a great store. I wish there were more places like that where I live. But it is fun to see yours.

1:51 PM  
Blogger Red Geranium Cottage said...

The other day when I read your post title I thought it said OHIO. LOLOL!!!!!!!!!!

7:38 PM  
Anonymous Andrea said...

I am so going to visit that shop the next time I visit my sister.

Merry Christmas dear miss PamKittyMorning!! You are one of my all time favorite bloggers and I wish you the very best wishes for a wonderful holiday and 2009!

5:17 PM  
Blogger Angelina said...

Oh boy do I wish I could visit that place! It looks absolutely full of great things! I actually like that plastic snowman.

10:52 AM  

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