Once Upon a Time

When you walk into an antique store, you walk back in time…you experience history through tangible objects. It’s fascinating seeing knick-knacks, toys, clothing, decor, and art from various eras, all in one place…it’s like several history lessons all in one shopping trip!

Despite being from the Millennial generation, I’ve always had a passion for old things…antiques, movies, songs…often wonder if I was born into the wrong generation! But having antique stores to explore is fantastic! Especially stores like our (me and SueBee) newest discovery, King Richard’s Antiques in Whittier! There’s honestly no word to describe how absolutely incredible this 4 story “history lovers” haven is. Could get lost in this place forever and still not see everything! But to capture some of the awesomeness, the Nikon was whipped out, pics taken, and a small gallery created to share with you! ~Kat, Pics by Kat and SueBee

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Categories: Art, Decor and Design, Nostalgia, Out 'n About, Photography


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6 Comments on “Once Upon a Time”

  1. Nov 08, 2014 at 8:16 am #

    We all share the love for old things which represent our past in many colorful ways. Every objects has its own interesting story to tell us 🙂

  2. Nov 06, 2013 at 2:02 pm #

    Can’t wait to see more great stuff from you. Question….can you send us a copy of the pictures?

    • Nov 06, 2013 at 5:14 pm #

      Sure, be happy to email them. Do you have email address on your Facebook page? ~Kat

  3. Nov 01, 2013 at 2:13 am #

    Love the story and pictures…..so glad you found us. Hope to see you again soon.

    Chuck & Martha

    • Nov 01, 2013 at 7:10 am #

      Thank you! Kat and I both love your store and will definitely be back soon. Stay tuned for another story coming up. 🙂 SueBee


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