Every May and August I have a good reason for visiting one of my favorite places in the world ~ Greenwich, NY. The rest of the time, I just drive there to get away from the hustle and bustle, and to soak in the rolling hills of Washington County.
Today, my daughter and I braved the elements (it was 42 degrees, windy and raining in upstate New York) and headed North in search of some diamonds in the rough. Although our journey was cold and not very 'May like' weather, we still had a blast and got to spend some very valuable "Mommy-Daughter time" together as we like to call it. Teaching her the art of negotiation and why only a fool pays full-price, was so much fun and very rewarding. At a young age, she can find pieces worth taking a closer look at, and she always helps me to make a final decision when I'm undecided.
Here are a few pics from our day out and about, and some of our favorite "lusts" that we didn't leave with...
Although the weather was less than pleasant and we left with a lot less than we had hoped to, we did manage to score some really beautiful finds. Below are the pieces we can now claim as our own, and they really fit perfectly into our home. From milk glass to wooden shoe stretchers, we are happy with our finds and hope you enjoyed this photo journal of our special day!