"I'm Mo the eldest child of an antiquing family. On trips growing up, my parents stopped at every junk store along the road while I sat in the car and grumbled, "When I grow up, I am not doing this!" On weekends, we'd load the family station wagon and head off to art shows where Mom sold her handmade wares. At the end of the show as we packed up the booth I thought to myself, "When I grow up, I am not doing this!" On the many trash days when I hid on the floorboard of my mother's car while she snatched a prize from the neighbor's garbage, I vowed, "When I grow up, I am not doing this!" Well, guess what... I am doing this! I'm stopping at junk stores, selling at shows and rummaging through trash piles and loving it!!!"
"My business is a reflection of all those years of "training" to look for that needle in the haystack, to see the potential in the discarded, and to imagine the possibilities of long forgotten treasures."
If you don't already know Mo you should, and we are so happy to have her as part of the WT family.
Summer is for buying and we are all very well stocked, so stop by for some new-to-you treasures.
And don't forget to have lunch at the Bistro.