“The waiting is the hardest part.” ~Tom Petty
I think this is the first antique shop that I’ve ever seen that was an actual antique itself. Well, maybe that’s not completely true because I’ve been in some old antique shops, but somehow when they’re open for business and still full of … antiques, they don’t seem quite as old as this antique. I have a reverence for days gone by and a complete fascination with things that were, especially nowadays with so much construction going on. It seems that what was yesterday could be something completely different tomorrow. I guess that’s why whenever I see a quaint old antique building I just have to shoot it. Still, there are three signs on this building that indicate that they’re still in business. As one of the signs puts it, “by chance or by appointment.” I love that. It’s such a laid back southern way of saying, “call me, and if I’m not out on the lake or busy barbecuing, maybe we can do business.”
Chilling out on a sunny Sunday afternoon. A sparrow, and a mockingbird.
The Stray Cat Strut
While cleaning up this weekend, I came across some SD cards from various cameras I’ve used over the years along with two throw-away cameras that are full of pictures of … (I’ve yet to find out). It’s kind of fun looking through them, not knowing what treasures you might find. This particular picture is of my former neighbor in New Jersey. I have never been much of a cat person, mostly because I’m allergic to them, but this little wild kitty held his own in a vast outdoor jungle full of wilder cats that were much larger than he was.