I think I’ve mentioned what a Small Town World this is, haven’t I?
Happened again last week.
Sister Debbie and I took a short road trip last week, and we had such a good time!
First we had to borrow a truck. (I love having kiddos!)
Until we got to the Promised Land. Sister Debbie had been there before, and she took me into a world of beautiful memories. We saw Mary Lou’s card table, Mama’s ice crusher (or was it Betty Lou’s?) pictures, dressers, books and cook books and so many beautiful antiques (and more!) I can’t name them all.
I should have taken pictures inside, but I was much too enthralled to fiddle with pictures. 🙂
This is the table I bought.
I didn’t buy the tool box underneath, though. 😦 Wish I had now.
Sister Debbie’s daughter bought a table, too. The owner carried it out for us.
This woman made us feel so at home! She told us to look around, enjoy ourselves. (And we did!)
Terminally Curious reared her silly head, so I had to chat a bit. I told her who we were (we were picking up purchases made earlier) then got down to it.
TC: “Where do you get all these beautiful things?”
Promised Land: “Garage sales and yard sales and auctions and . . . ”
TC: “What’s your name?”
Promised Land: “Merriman.”
TC: “We have lots of Merrimans in C-Town. Are you related to them?”
Promised Land: “I’m FROM C-Town.”
See? I told you, it’s a Small Town World! And it’s the people who populate it who make it beautiful–such as Ms. Merriman.
After we were loaded, we went to lunch.
Who knew (besides #2 son) that the food there was so good? I think another road trip just might be called for!
I intended to take a food porn picture like Larry Lawrence, but I couldn’t wait to dig in. 🙂
If you plan to take a road trip to the north (hint: PL is located in the capital of the Osage Nation) check out her Facebook page. Her store isn’t open every day, but she has an alternate location.