"Have fun rummaging through dead people's stuff," our friend said. My co-worker and I were off to an estate sale to basically do just that. Like a yard sale only much more expensive, estate sales often have antiques or unique pieces you can't find at a store. The difference is that these items aren't unwanted, they're just . . "unneeded". After all, you can't take anything with you when you die. I found quite a few pieces of furniture I wished I could justify buying, but in the end these are the items I walked away with: an adorable scarf for my handbag map to hang above the couch (Although I find it a little boring, empty space is much worse.)
an antique blue bowl
a bundt pan, perfect for making my favorite cake, Triple Chocolate Bundt Cake
an apron, you know for all that time I spend in the kitchen
another pretty scarf that I hope to make into a pillow
*I realize it clashes with the couch.
Let's just say, this won't be the last time I shop an estate sale. We are officially addicted.