Bobby and I went to a popular local toy store when his friends were in town, and we played like kids. It's one of those old fashioned down town toy stores that has wooden toys, hand sewn dollies and stuffed animals, a huge picture book section, whimsical, weird kids' accessories, and a second floor loft consisting of an art area and a play area. We weren't the only adults there who were overly excited about how rad it all was. We probably were the only people taking stupid pictures though...
Soo.... this was the creepy window display. A headless girl mannequin pushing a cart in front of a wall of real toast. Not sure if that would be *my* first choice to really draw in the kiddies, but hey, I guess they were really pushing that whole "whimsical" thing.
The view of the main walkway of the store from the loft. Wonderland.
Bobby joined me in the loft, and we found this sweet astronaut helmet.
I was method acting here, imagining what I'd look like if I was seeing the earth as a shiny blue marble from space. Blank faced shock people.
We're vegetarians, so we're not quite sure how the whole hunting thing works. We did our best with what we had to work with.
My irrational fears of being attacked by bears are justified!
And then alligators!
I wish it was this happy in real life.
This sow had magnetic teats, and the piglets had magnetic mouths.
Pig love continues. Doesn't Leviticus have something to say about all of this?!
I remember these license plates being popular when I was a little kid. I laugh out loud every single time I see this.
Shout out to my good friend Abraham, who's currently living in Dubai. Miss you! I apologize in advance if the next picture offends anyone...
Spell it right! Just as I remember these being around since childhood, I also remember never being able to find Courtney without a "U". Some things never change :)