Monday, July 25, 2011

Philadelphia Excursion

This past Saturday mom and I went up to visit my sister-in-law in Philadelphia. We visited the Mutter Museum which was  very ... interesting. Then we took my mom to see Anthropologie. I must say that though I only own three things from Anthropologyie and there prices are so ridiculous I would most likely never purchase anything from them myself. However, it is definitely my favorite store. (it's like Breakfast at Tiffany's). At any rate I took some lovely pictures of some lovely places and I am going to share them with you.

We got some delicious smoothies, mine had guarana in it :D

Then we passed this lovely little place called the Dandelion. 

And this lovely (don't know what it is).

And Vwalah!

I love this wall

Even the floor is pretty.

Wonderful vintage hardware store piece.

Shelves of wonder

I will make shelves out of drawers someday!

Old Ski Lift, wouldn't this make the perfect reading nook?

Anthropologie is definitely my favorite store. It is always an inspirational time, you know when I begin thinking again just how much I would love to be a clothing designer. Also Anthropologie earned an extra

 100 cool points that day by playing Eisley 


  1. At first I thought you meant the "Mummers Museum" which has a collection of the fantastic costumes worn in parades, but when I googled "Mutters", it had a whole other theme which I certainly wouldn't be interested in!

    You have an artist's eye for photography! Wonderful photos and descriptions. What I love about the blogs is being taken on these little 'tours' of places I may never get to visit, or if I do visit a particular city, would then seek out these stores or sights (not the Mutters Museum, though!).

    I've been to Philadelphia several times, and there is so much to see there. I love American history, so it's wonderful to imagine what it was like only a couple of centuries ago!

  2. Thanks Kathy, I will say I too would rather rather have visited the Mummers Museum (going on the to do list). The mutters museum was mostly somewhere my sister in law wanted to visit, though I did find it interesting. Thanks for stopping by to visit my favorite store ;)