After brunch, Cooper and I were going to walk around a bit and Cail suggested we stop at a store she'd been to the day before. She told us that the shop, called Posh, was full of vintage French silver and dishes and other various things that I'm totally into. I was sold. Cooper was, too, since he likes a nice vintage shop at least as much as I do.
Well, Posh delivered. It was super well-curated and full of SO many things I wanted to take home. Sadly, I knew it wasn't really practical to carry a bunch of vintage airline appetizer plates on the plane (only $1 each! and imprinted with the airline name on the back!), and the vintage champagne coupes weren't going to make it through, either. There were, however, a few things I seriously couldn't resist. They were worth any extra trouble they'd bring at security:
|This is the Eiffel Tower detail on the map.|
|Salt cellars! Right next to the ashtrays, there was a basket of tiny glass salt cellars on sale for $5 each. Since I have a salt and salt cellar fetish, I couldn't resist grabbing a bunch. Now I just need a whole lot more salt spoons.|