Last Saturday morning, I was running some errands, and while driving past a church near my house, I saw a big sign out front, "HUGE ATTIC SALE, 7:00- Noon. Proceeds benefit Haiti." It wasn't much past 7 a.m. (baby boy rises before the rooster), so I decided to pull in and check it out. Providence Methodist is a large church- I'd guess they have several thousand members, and the attic sale consisted of donations from church members. My husband has suggested that we visit before, but I just can't seem to break away from my Calvinist roots. So although I drive past this church at least twice a day, I had never stepped inside until Saturday.
Moving on to the kitchen area, I picked up this old decanter (it includes Prohibition-Era language etched on the bottom), a vintage cocktail shaker with a fabulous bakelite handle, and this adorable little lobster bottle opener for my husband who says I never buy him anything when I go dig.