Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Visiting Hylabrook Antique Mall

If you're wondering, I'm still alive and kickin!  One thing led to another and I've ended up taking  an unplanned blog break!  Time has just flown by, a lot has been going on so I've been a bit side tracked!  My middle son has moved home from NC, he finished up his 4 year tour in the Air Force and is now home for good.  He will officially be out in June but had enough leave saved up to get out a month early.  Now, all I need to do is make room for his apt full  of furniture ( arriving in 2 days) which will involve some sort of magic trick on my part to make it all fit in my garage!  There is other exciting news that has also been keeping me busy  but that can wait for another time!  In the meantime, here are some pics of the antique mall where a friend and I have a space.


Olive Cooper said...

I know you are thrilled to have your son home. Bless him for serving our country. Great space at the store Rebecca.

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

I've been to Hylabrook! Last year I bought an old horse stirrup and a pink Depression glass bowl. Great spot for a booth.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

How exciting! Back in the biz! And is that a red cross quilt I spotted in one of the photos?! Looks like a fabulous place to have a booth. I'm sure you'll have so much fun shopping for new/old merchandise!

Welcome home to your son.

Jen said...

How wonderful that your son is coming home!
Love the peeks at your space.

Jann Olson said...

Hi Rebecca, I love visitn Antique Malls. There is always so many wonderful finds. I went to one just last week with my SIL and brought home a few treasures. Your space looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup Thursday.
p.s. Best of luck storing your son's items. We are storing some of our youngest daughters things in the basement.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Calling by as another participant in Share Your Cup Thursday,your space looks just the sort of space I would enjoy browsing.

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

WElcome back! Lots of changes, which is the norm, right? Would love to see your space someday!!!

Sherri Cassara said...

Nice to hear from you. I'm so happy for you to have your son home - sure know what you mean about the garage storage thing! xo Sherri

Anonymous said...

So are you happy to have him home, or are you already helping him look for apartments to rent? :o)

I've missed your posts! I think I've mentioned before that I really like Hylabrooke. I've bought a few things from there!

I can't wait to hear the news you are making us wait for!

Tazas y Cuentos said...

Beautiful things! Especially those plates of the third photo...and that cute Babes in the wood.
I collect vintage children's dishes and love all that wonderful treasures.
Besos (kisses) from Argentina. Silvina.

Vicki said...

So glad your son made it home safely. Thank him for his service for me. This looks like a great shop!

outjunking said...

I know you are enjoying this time with your son, good for you and him. Catch up time for hugs and kisses right! Your mall pictures are a great motivator for me. I need to work on my booths.

Jody and Stan said...

So glad your son is coming home! Thanks for sharing on Simple & Sweet Fridays. Have a wonderful week.


very merry vintage style said...

Thanks for the peek at your antique booth and welcome home and thank you to your son. Thanks for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday!

The Farmer's Daughter said...

I'm your newest follower! Love the blog....will return often!

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Looks like my kind
of place, Rebecca!


So nice that your son is home for good, he had an exciting profession.
Fine antique fair, and fun to both buy and sell.
Wish you a happy weekend

Trenton, NJ Antiques said...

Fabulous pieces there!

Wallpaper Ideas said...

Walnut & Vine
Who goes that extra mile nowadays? Well Done! I am surely going to tweet this awesome post.

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

Hi Rebecca- long time no see!
I've been absent from my blog, too.
I'm thrilled to hear that your son has returned home safely and that you'll be able to throw your arms around him whenever you please.
Love the space and I especially love the tan suit. I bought a table from a local lady that has the chocolate label on it. You know how I love my chocolate. I've found some great things over the past couple of months. Will share in the fall.
Hugs, Tina

Sherri Cassara said...

Hi Rebecca - so great to hear from you today and thank you so much for your nice comments!
I'd take you up on the support group thing (haha) but I'm afraid it would take away all your 'fun' !!! :D