Tooting.

Hello you mucky worms. I've been to a proper boot fair again after what feels like such a long break. It made me very happy. Here's what I bought.
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A copy of The Old Man and the Sea - the one with the beautiful illustrations.
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Some lovely buttons that look just like peas. num.
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Another one of those nice slings - to go with that other one that's in the shop. This one's slightly different.
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This one has an image of how to treat a normal thigh fracture and then another image of how to treat a (woman) thigh fracture . . . both ways are remarkably similar.
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Nice Victorian plates with lily of the valley.
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Masonic letter plates. I think I've said it before but those masons know how to do dress-up.
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And a whole load of hand-knitted jumpers and cardis. This time from a knitter who didn't smoke, so that's nice. A selection of neutrals.
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And some jazzy ones. The central jumper ha a zip at the nape of the neck which I think is a nice design feature on a woollen. And also a woven scarf from the same person.
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Nice pattern on the scarf.
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A clunky little pot, in an ancient style - but just tourist stuff. One day maybe I will have an interesting study that looks like Freud's at a glance - but on closer inspection will just be naff souvenirs.
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Tiles - made by some clever thing in their pottery class.
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And a gaggle of dub-dubs, very sweet.
I also got a nice thing for a secret collection I'm working on - I'll show you when I have enough to be satisfying. That's all, now I will eat sausages with housemates and do some writing at my new desk. 
I hope you're well! Keep warm. Unless you're some jammy sod who lives in a hot country - then you should keep cool.

3 comments:

  1. some great stuff again! love some of the cardigans !

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  2. Thank you! I just looked at the picture again - didn't realise they were hung a bit wonky: looks like they're talking to each other.

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  3. Perhaps this is why Silas decided to be more efficient? He swiped the blood supply from the Mystic Falls hospital and that of half a dozen other towns. Huge questions are percolating for me at this moment. I thought the "Originals" were,led faucet you know, the original vampires. Suddenly everyone is using "immortal" and "vampire" interchangeably. Silas was the first "immortal" being on this earth. Why does he need to drink blood? The Original Witch was the Mikaelson clan's mother. Silas got turned into an immortal by Qetsiyah. Were the two spells somehow linked? Similar?

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