No, not my town, around McKinney. Yesterday after we unloaded, we walked around the McKinney Square to see several places. There was such a buzz around town, so many people were out, even in the 100+ degree weather.
You know that Patina Green is becoming a fast favorite of mine to eat whenever we're in town. And yesterday Robert did not disappoint with the Fischer’s Jalapeno Smoked Sausage, White Cheddar, Pico de Gallo on Jalapeno Cheese Bread sandwich, it was so good. I can tell that their shop is ever changing, just take a look:
Loved the bottle display. I'm always on the hunt for old bottles, I think they make such a statement.
This wall of ironstone was super fabulous:
Of course the plate rack was pretty awesome too.
Loved this settee:
As I left Patina Green and walked around, I came across this cute shop. Of course the old gas pump caught my eye and there was one of each side of the entry of the shop:
They had really cute clothes, that I'll have to come back and check out:
I liked both the tops in the window.
This booth in Heirlooms has always been a favorite of mine:
This is the great shop that I'll feature for Wednesday's post:
It's another favorite place to stop when I'm in McKinney and I'm sure you'll recognize it, but wait until you see what all they had. Of course as I mentioned, the header is just a preview of it.
Please check back tomorrow for more views of my booth. Then, on Tuesday, I'll feature more spaces in the Antique Company Mall. Happy Sunday.