Friday, January 25, 2013

Home made...

Chocolate! We are lucky enough to have a candy store here in town ( generations old ) and i as well as many take advantage!
Great gifts any time of the year!
George said sure! Take some pictures..

Notice the old cash register? Old scale?.. He still uses an old adding machine too and has to look up the tax!

Soda fountain area..

The shops in a big ol building down town, i should have taken a picture of the original tin ceiling...
I also bought myself a little treat to have with my coffee this morning and gave George a 1.00 for my dads morning paper, so this morning when dad goes to get his paper and catch up on the towns gossip, he'll know either i or sister jana had been in!
So now that the fur babys have been fed and the coffee is done! Its my turn!!

Enjoy your day! Jody
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  1. Going in a store like that, that has endured so many generations sure makes one slow down enough to savour the a slower pace. Good things don't need not to change.
    I hope that you enjoyed your little treat with your morning coffee.


  2. looks great!
    so sweet to surprise your Dad!
    would love some of that fudge right now!

  3. how wonderful and cozy these cold days to have coffee and a treat.
    I will be right over:)

  4. What a great store.
    So fun.
    I haven't had any sugar in 5 oh my yummmm candy.
    You are a sweet daughter.
    Woolie hugs

  5. Oh, goodness! What lusciousness!! I would be a goner for sure in that store!

  6. Oh my Jody, aren't you lucky to have a wonderful store like that.....great old building, love tin ceilings......Yum yum, I would always be in there, Hugs Francine.

  7. All that candy looks so dee-lish...I wouldn't know where to start. My low sodium diet allows me to have some dark chocolate but only if there is no sodium in it. *Sigh*

  8. YUM! Love the old shop. Thank you George for letting Jody take photos. My heart belongs to small towns.

  9. I love chocolate, chocolate loves me...we have a very strong relationship, sigh....