Wednesday, 15 April 2009

A little bit of this and a little bit of that means... 'This 'N' That'


Here's another real treat!
And it happens to be in ...Totnes (again ;-)



I'm so lucky to live near Totnes! ;-)



I've mentioned this gorgeous shop, quite a few times.


But this time is different!!




A lovely lady, called Lesley, is the owner ...and guess what...?!!



She now has the blogging bug!



She's started a blog and here is the link...


http://thisnthat-totnes.blogspot.com/


You'll definitely want to visit this one, regularly!







I popped around to see Lesley on Friday as she had put aside a vintage poster for me, for my 'almost vintage classroom' !
It was this one below...I love stations and I love trains!


And I just so happened to find this one too...


One of my favourite flowers is the Foxglove!
(I hope I win my giveaway!! LOL)





And finally...



So don't forget that you can find plenty more of this and that at ...
This 'n That



And if you come to Totnes, you'll find the shop in The Narrows, at the top of the town, just around the bend from the market!
;-)

19 comments:

Shabby Chick said...

Looks like a great shop, I think I would love it in there :) Love your buys.

Mel xxx

galant said...

I must go to Totnes again, for a browse ... what a delight that shop must be!
Margaret P

THIS'N'THAT said...

Hi Sal, Thanks for the lovely lics of my shop and your continued encouragement to a novice blogger!!
You really summed up the shop's little nooks and crannies a treat;) XX Lesley

Cloudbusting said...

Thats it! Im moving to Totnes! :)
What a gorgeous shop, and I love your picture of the lovely old station, trains are a favourite of mine too.
Once again looking at your lovely blog has cheered me up

Pixiedust said...

Thanks for that Sal, off to check out This N That now. xxx

Josie-Mary said...

Thanks for sharing this Sal, I've already had a look. I love Leo!! Your posters are great but my foxgloves don't grow that big!!! I can't wait to visit Totnes soon, think I'll have to try & change the rota so we can meet up. :) x

funkymonkey said...

I do wish you would stop teasing us with all these wonderful shopping trips! I'm off to look at Lesley's blog now.

Tracey

LissyLou said...

Thats a lovely shop, i love the header pic too. x

BusyLizzie said...

Love the railway posters! Thanks for the link to the blog.. fab. I love that shop & have been there a couple of times (and never come out of there empty handed!!)
Lizzie x

Cowboys and Custard said...

Well as you know Sal... I shall be beating a path to Lesley's door very soon.. It is a charming shop and my heart missed a beat when I first set eyes on all the wonderful childhood nostalgia..
Good choice of posters... love the foxgloves and birds..
Wish I had said Foxgloves now for my favourite plant as I do love them.. but I love so many plants!

Michele xx

Rosie said...

I want to move to live near Totnes xx

Floss said...

Thanks very much for the link - I will be following Lesley's blog from now on! I have strange memories of Totnes - wonderful market and shops, hippie cafes and Ben getting stung by a wasp on the bridge! I think I need to get back there to update my memories...

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hi Sal,
Thanks so much for the link (and the lovely photos)...I was lucky enough to visit 'This n' That' on our hols last year - its a great little shop,
Niki x

The Weaver of Grass said...

Your blog always cheers me up Sal with its colour, its photographs and its cheery chat. Thanks for that.

twiggypeasticks said...

Lovely shop, love what you bought, Totnes looks fab
twiggy x

KC'sCourt! said...

I love all the pictures. I absolutely love Totnes, there is something about the place but I cannot quite put my finger on it!

Sarah said...

May have to go to Totnes just for that shop!

skippinginthemeadow said...

You are lucky to love near Totnes, I wish I did.
The Birdie illustrations are adorable x
sumea

Hen said...

I have the foxglove print too, Sal, also bought from This'n'That. Better not show Andy the railway one, he'd be very jealous!
Hen x