Here's more about my trip to Georgia last week. On Saturday Daddy, Momma, and I went to breakfast at the Berryman House in Bowman. It's a family run restaurant with delicious home cooked yummies. They have sausage that is out of this world and you definitely can't get where I live.
Then Momma and I went right across the river into South Carolina and hit the antique shops and had lunch in Seneca at the cutest tea room called Circa 1930. They have a hodge-podge of tables and chairs that all look like the ones your grandmother had. Then they set the table with beautiful vintage china and linens and serve old standbys as well as some adventurous goodies. We tried their Butternut Squash Soup and Reubens on marble rye. Scrumptious! This birdhouse was in an antique store in Seneca and was decorated with old hardware. Clever! Wish I thought of that.
This soap dish came from a great little shop called The Red Door and it got my suitcase checked when it went through the x-ray machine. The security man said it looked dangerous so I promised him I'd be careful when I put it in my bathroom. Good thing he had a sense of humor or he would have kept it for closer investigation.