wee three & mee

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I usually do a “Six Senses Saturday” post on Saturdays, and I was all excited to head back to the Nelson Creamery today with my little fam so we could try their amazing pizza that has gotten so many rave reviews! But, alas, Gracie isn’t feeling well. So instead we’re laying low, drinking tea and watching movies. I’m knitting and crocheting and actually starting to make a dent in my (crazy) yarn stash. I’m making a very special soup recipe this evening that I will share soon…baking more bread (have I mentioned how much I LOVE this recipe? yes? 10 million times you say okay, okay…I’ll try to stop telling you about it. Hee hee)…the “usual” goings on in the Placzek household during the winter months. What are your favorite winter rituals?

Anyhoo…today I’ll tell you about a little road trip I took with two of my favorite people.  😉

Yesterday…Nancy, Bonnie and I took a little drive to Frontenac for lunch and thrifting at

Wee Three & Mee

Wee Three & Mee is a combination bakery, antique/thrift store, and they also prepare a lovely prix-fixe menu for lunch.

yummy sausage, cheddar, veggie quiche & fruit…

assorted dessert bars…

and, of course…TEA!

( I had the Yogi Mayan Cocoa Spice…mmmm!)

:: my thrift store finds ::

some vintage linens…

 a Royal Ascot, fine bone china English teacup & saucer and a pretty silver spoon…

and some pretty vintage glasses…

What a fun treat at the end of a very busy week!

We’ll definitely be going back to this sweet little place.

Have you found anything good while antiquing/thrifting lately?

~Melissa

ps…I’ll write my “six senses” post tomorrow. xo

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  8 comments for “wee three & mee

  1. February 18, 2012 at 8:04 pm

    I love browsing for hours in little finds like that. Sometimes mom and I will do a quick road trip and go from one to another in this great little town, Salado, that’s about 45 minutes north of Austin.

    The name alone is love. Too sweet.

    • Melissa
      February 21, 2012 at 9:14 pm

      I get lost in places like this. Love all of the neat, old stuff. 🙂 xo

  2. February 21, 2012 at 4:50 pm

    What a fun store – We have places like that in England… not seen any places like that in France… maybe I’m looking in the wrong places 🙁 Could browse around them for literally hours!

    • Melissa
      February 21, 2012 at 9:16 pm

      I hear ya! I would rather go to thrift stores and antique shops than to a mall any day of the week. You never know if the next shelf or table holds that one thing you’ve been searching for your whole life 🙂

  3. Kimber
    February 23, 2012 at 5:03 pm

    Everytime I see your thrifting posts, I want to run right out and shop the thrift stores too!! Love your finds!!!

    • Melissa
      February 23, 2012 at 5:04 pm

      Ya gotta come down and see me. We’ll go thrifty and have a wine lunch 🙂 xo

  4. Sandy
    January 16, 2013 at 10:06 am

    Well, my friend how come I don’t know about these places. Friends like you are to tell me about places like this to spread the word and do an interview. I am sure the owner would just love the publicity. Sandy Erdman, Columnist on antiques & collectibles in the Rochester Post Bulletin… 🙂

    • Melissa
      January 16, 2013 at 10:48 am

      Hi there, Sandy! hee hee…well, I just assumed you were reading all my blog posts 😉 In the future I will be sure to let you know when I make a new discovery. XOXO

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