Max, who has a very vivid imagination, threw the box on my table and says:
-"Do you know what this is!?" (Very excited!)
I look at the box and answer:
-"No?... What is it?"
-"You see, there is a text here that says U.S Property. It's a box from the U.S. Military, where they transported human bodies! Tortured humans, cut into pieces to fit the box! When we opened the box outside, just now, to look inside it, there was a terrible smell ...the smell of corpses!
You know, swedish customs dont even open boxes like these because they do not want to know what's inside them."
My reaction was OMG! That's horrible! ...but yet very interesting! But still gross... Uh, ye...
I had to take pictures of it!
Max told Åse, the store manager, the same story and she laughed so hard. :D Max goes:
"It's true! We almost had to wash the blood out of it!"
I dont know what the box was used for, but when I think about it, - there are no real locks on it.
But it's always fun to listen to Max's storys! :)
I've been taking some pics every now and then of some pretty things. :)
Old books and photoalbums from 1889 and earlier...
Cabinets with cool engravings
Awesome leather bag :)
My mom and I stood at the entrance of the store yesterday, the first day they opened after the summervacations. - We really wanted those two cabinets we laid eyes on before the store closed in July.
People are acting like crazy when they open the doors, that's why we were there before everyone else.
If you want to get something from this store, you got to be quick! :D Haha
Posting pics of our new cabinets when we get them home. :)
Oh, and finally we got some rain and cold weather! <3