Friday, March 30, 2018

Good Things Happened: Bunny, good shopping and glorious

A cute Easter treat that looked so bright and shiny in my kitchen.  "Looked" is the key word.  I needed some chocolate this week and the ears went first.  :)  

I parked in front of this beautiful loading dock door at Builders Steel Supply in Lilburn, Georgia last Saturday, when I was attending the Spring open house at my favorite antique shop up the street.  Amazing door - I wonder where it came from?

I snagged these two wine glasses for $3.50 each at the open house.  My sister has a set that she bought in Germany years ago.  I always liked them, so wanted to take these home.  She says they are Roemer Glass, made to drink sweet wines from the Rhine region of Germany.

And finally a glorious sunrise as I stepped out of my car at 7:15am yesterday morning, as I got to work.  Such beauty in the midst of an industrial area got my day started out just right.

Thank you for visiting today.  I'll be around to yours in the next couple of days!

15 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Hahahaha -- "the ears went first" -- I bet the rest quickly followed!

Elephant's Child said...

LOVE that door. And the glasses. And the sunrise.
I am glad that you had chocolate to sustain you. Have a wonderful weekend.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Lynn - chocolate always good ... ears first: seems sensible! Love the door, as too the glasses ... and your area ... have a lovely weekend - peace and blessings - cheers Hilary

Chatty Crone said...

Is that a Dove chocolate bunny I see advertised? lol
That garage door -is exquisite - and it is my favorite color.
Have a blessed Easter. Love, Sandie

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I am sure the Chocolate bunny is delicious. Love the pretty sky and the beautiful door. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. Happy Easter to you and your family.

jenny_o said...

What a beautiful door! And good chocolate is a lovely thing :) Happy Easter!

Kay G. said...

I love those wine glasses, they are beautiful!
Happy Easter to you!

Lee said...

No! No! No! Don't eat the bunny! As you know, Clint, my Lindt bunny still remains safely housed in my fridge...never to be touched...never to be eaten! :)

I am guilty of opening a packet of chocolate mini-Easter eggs yesterday afternoon, intending to just have a couple. Yep! I devoured the lot!!!

I've only now discovered your comment on my "Mozart" post, Lynn..and have replied...as such.."I'm now going around again, watching "Mozart in the Jungle" for the second time...one or two episodes a day...and I'm loving it even more the second time around....etc." :)

Lady Fi said...

Wow - that door is amazing! And i had to laugh at the bunny's ears going first.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Great glasses and red wine goes great with chocolate so hope you had some when you lopped off the ears, Lynn

Snaggle Tooth said...

I 'ear you have a chocolate ear liking! I didn't get a chocolate bunny this year, just jelly beans n peeps.
That door was slaved over by a skilled artisan metals expert! Wow! I want those skills!
Gorgeous glassware! Hope you find sweet wine to feed them, plus a guest.
Free sky shows are joyous! Thanks for sharing yours.

Granny Annie said...

Sadly I had not chocolate Easter bunny this year. When I do the ears must go first. Somehow that feels like dieting. LOL That is a most unusual door to find at a Builders Supply. It looks very Eastern. I envy you getting those drinking glasses. Very special.

Lowcarb team member said...

LOL! The ears went first ...
Enjoyed your post, thank you.

All the best Jan

Crafty Green Poet said...

I tend to eat the ears first too

Lovely door and glasses

jorjorbeth said...

Beautiful image the building You chose well for the theme.
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