I love inviting you all into my sunroom;
My 80's "seen better days" sunroom.
It's my fun spot in the house,
where quilts and nic nacs and color schemes change each season.
But guess who I found out here this weekend?
(me on left, Debbie on right)
Deb and her other half, the infamous Cat Daddy,
decided to make a weekend trip up through Oklahoma,
then into Missouri in search of junk gold.
They came by the house,
then we headed out for an Italian dinner.
I haven't laughed and hugged this much for a long time!
If you don't know Debbie,
then please go visit her at Talking Trash.
They are seasoned veterans of Warrenton,
and dealers at Winnie and Tulula's in Athens, Texas.
(and kindred spirits)
The reason I didn't get to spend more time with the dynamic duo
was due to something that had been in the works for awhile.
I've had a great booth space at Spring Creek Antiques and Tea room,
in Ozark Missouri for the last three years.
But it's not an easy place to navigate
with furniture and tubs of merchandise.
And as some of you know,
I have a little issue with my heart;
a hereditary thingy, which has been kicking up lately.
The result of which has meant letting go of that space.
So Saturday me, hubbs, and daughter #2 Alyson,
headed down to pack it up and move it out.
But as we were about to unload it all in the garage,
I just couldn't make myself let all the "stuff" come back inside.
A quick decision and we were on the road again to Relics
where I have two other spaces.
There just happened to be an available space
on the same aisle as my other two spots,
so I grabbed it up and we hurriedly put together this new booth;
a little more girly and white.
With 30 minutes left until closing we started unpacking tubs of smalls.
Aly is great at display so she threw it all together in record time.
See the window on the dollhouse here on the upper right?
that's how I felt by 6:00 that evening.
A little "wonky"!
But, thank you Lord, it's not in the garage!!!!
love you all,
off to buy white geraniums...