Saturday, Stush and I went to my son’s (Nick’s) church sale, Oh, they had Halupki, Helushski and Pedrogi also Kabassi and sauerkraut, if you are or are from around Pittsburgh you know what I mean!It strikes a cord in your heart that you thought was long buried and forgotten! I’m part Russian and Stush is Polish so the ethnic food is part of our lives and so much a part of our holidays! Which would not be the same without the food that has been handed down from generation to generation! Have you ever tried Polish lasagna ? One day when Stush makes it I’ll have to share you the recipe.
The neatest thing at Nick’s church every year is an indoor fleamarket, love church sales, their prices can’t be beat! Here’s what I found:
Two wicker trays for $3.00 people! Look how neat they are! I have no idea what I’m going to do with them… probably slap some AS Chalkpaint on them!
Aren’t they cute? Four little appetizer plates, 4 for $1.00 and dishwasher safe too!
Look at this basket, huge and only $5.00! I know I’ll be painting it with some chalkpaint soon! They had a lot of great things for sale but I guess it’s all about what you want or need right?
What about you have you found some neat things this past weekend? Better hurry up because I’m pretty sure this weekend will be the last warm one to scout those last yardsales and fleamarkets!
I’ll be joining these parties:
Wow Us Wednesday @ Savvy Southern Style
Open House Party @ No Minimalist Here
Treasure Hunt Thursday @ From My Front Porch to Yours
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