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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

An Afternoon at the Museum....

This afternoon, Tessie, I and my friend Joan headed for the mini museum to meet a couple of on line friends from Phoenix.

We spent a couple of hours with Deb and Lynette wandering around the museum.

I didn't take a lot of photos.  We were having too much fun looking at all of the goodies and talking.

I threw in a couple of photos just to keep you drooling.  The first is a  wedding scene in one of Lady Jane's glass cases.  I feel sorry for the lady outside the gazebo.  She wasn't invited...

This is one of Brooke Tucker's of a  designer's salon from the 20s. 

As I said... Not a lot of photos.
I did get to take a lot of photos of the goodies that Tessie received...

Deb brought her a Steampunk Broom!  Her first!

It's just a good thing that it is fastened down or she would be whizzing around my head.

Lynette brought her a beautiful pot of Iris, a yo yo pillow and  some  lovely perfume bottles. 

Tessie says thank you very much to Deb and Lynette.  She is now trying all of the goodies out in different houses. 

I bought Tessie a new bulldog... I had to.  There was all of this wailing and whining coming from my purse.  As soon as I spent 90 cents for him and tossed him in, she quieted right down...

I didn't tell her that I also bought an Orangutan and three Octopuses... I have no idea where they will be used.  I just liked them... I am somewhat like Tessie.  After I bought them, I quieted right down too.

Now that I am home, I am wandering around looking for a place to put them also.

Back to wandering.

See you tomorrow.

4 comments:

Steinworks said...

He's a cutie pie, what in the world will you do with all those octopie (I heard a guy on the nature channel call them that...do you know that they have beaks .like birds...they use them on hard surfaces like clams)

The grandmommy said...

Sounds like a lovely day!

Caseymini said...

Calamari comes to mind if nothing else...VBEG

April said...

Looking forward to seeing the octopuses up close!