One end of the top shelf behind the counter of our store. A fun potpourri of things in a nice light. The chair is a watercolor my wife did many years ago. The trivet to the left was done by our neighbor, Rose Johnson. The little guy holding his hands up is something I made in a pottery class with my, then, young daughter. He's called "the brown-nose bishop". Origami and Easter egg by my daughter. Arizona CD's by local singer Terry Wolf, who has worked at our counter for 12 years and helped me take care of my Mom during her last 2 years.
This is the entire back counter.