They have proven to be an invaluable tool for all sorts of improtant things....like helping your thrifting girl-friends score a major find.
I spent last Saturday thrifting with my gal-pals again. So much fun. My favorite find was a pair of vintage napkins, in the prettiest shade of yellow, with a touch of green. (I haven't broken them in at home yet, but when I do, you'll be the first to see my tablescape.)
See? Aren't they sa-weet?
Okay. I was leading up to smart-phones in the twenty-first century.
So, Sunday comes, and I am home enjoying the excellent weather, and I get a text from one of my gal-pals from the day before. She's at a yard sale in her neihborhood and spotted some vintage glassware that she claimed was screaming my name.
Well, she was right. When I looked at the photo text she sent, I could almost hear those little glasses calling "Tracey! Tracey! Traaaaa-cey!"
Six of these little sweeties for...one dollar. A buck.
(You know I said grab 'em.)
I put a butter knife in my photo so you could have a reference point for the size on these little gems. They are more petite, yet substantial, than any other dessert parfait glasses I have ever found, holding only about three tablespoons of dessert. Even a small wafle cone sticks way out of the top of them.
This brings me back to my point - Without this coolest of cool technology they wouldn't be sitting on my dining table today, waiting for their dessert debut at my home.