Cool Stuff Vintage

A new antique experience yesterday! Cool Stuff Vintage at Cork Arts District in Jacksonville, FL. Open the first weekend of every month. Website - Instagram - I bought 3 little dollhouse minis - a Tomy refrigerator, a vintage baby with a broken head and a tiny wire wrapped chair.

Vintage Polly Pocket Tour

I recently dug into my old 1990s Polly Pocket stash. They're back in stores these days, albeit with a very different look, and it was time to sift through my own collection. I'm definitely missing some of the figures or a building to go with certain figures etc. I matched up what I could however,... Continue Reading →


Working Vintage Toy Ovens

My third (technically 4th) in the series of mini cooking and today I'll be talking about vintage toy stoves for kids. Definitely not safe for operation by children, but that's why you can totally use them for real mini cooking today. These are a bit larger than the current mini cooking fad, but because of... Continue Reading →

Weekly Weather: Sleet

Welcome to the week 9 of the Weekly Weather challenge. Every Saturday I'll post a new blog with the weather-based topic for that week. Post your contribution (poem, photo, illustration, story, or any other artistic vision) to your blog and share your link in a comment or pingback to that week's topic post here. Make sure... Continue Reading →

Video Games Day

There are so many "holidays" every day - this is my attempt at a daily photo response. Check out for future post topics. Join in by tagging #todayis or simply leave a link to your contribution below. I’d love to see what you come up with for all these crazy holidays. Contribution links will be... Continue Reading →

Good Humor

This past weekend I was in Pensacola with my boyfriend visiting his family. We went through all of his childhood things and were able to bring so many treasures home. Pictured below is one of them. I love how in this hot wheel size ice cream truck there's a little blue man ready to serve... Continue Reading →

Pose Skeleton

Rement's Pose Skeleton Rement, a Japanese toy company, that makes exquisitely detailed plastic miniatures, has had a line of ball jointed reptile, amphibian and dinosaur skeletons for quite some time. However, they've now come out with human skeletons and silly accessories for those skeletons. They're called Pose Skeletons and they're oh so exquisite. At 1:18... Continue Reading →

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