Sunday, October 10, 2010


It is the beginning of Fall, but it sure didn't seem like it down in Warrenton, Texas. The perspiration just dripped off of you because of the high humidity. You didn't need to even do anything strenuous. Of course, I did! I cooked for hot, hungry men, planned a booth, set up a booth the same size as a 20 x 40 spot in a store or mall, 800 sq. ft. to be exact, bathed in a 3 minute shower, and last but not lease, nurtured and kept my cat Lily entertained. Five snakes were spotted, of which I was the spotter of two of them. Babies, but snakes all the same. I really had to keep my eyes open. I had a good show even though the foot traffic was off somewhat. A reunion with friends always makes things nicer and the days go better. I went to Marburger Farm. It was inspiring as usual. I visited with Robin and John of Magnolia Pearl and of course rewarded myself with a couple of pieces of clothing. My friend Mike bought me a great pair of cowboy boots made by Johnny Ringo. He also paid for an old suitcase to be painted with my business card image front and back. I will take a picture of it and show it to you. I was thrilled. The Fall show was fun and I always look forward to both Fall and Spring, but am glad to be back in Ft. Worth (near my Starbucks, Central Market, and in my quaint little 50's bungalow home.) Hope you enjoy the pictures of the booth and the pictures of the prom that follow this post. I love comments! Let me know what you think.

Just thought I would throw in some fun shoppers.



Thespa McLaughlin said...

Love your booth, love that vintage hat with all those flowers on it, and love love love all those wonderful vintage Christmas goodies! Thanks for sharing!

vintage tickled pink said...

fabulous!!!!!!jealous-wish i was there for it.
diane from vintage-tickled-pink

Anonymous said...

Hi Pam, thank you so much for your comment and kind words. I am definitely a work in progress. I am so sorry for your losses. I do know how you feel as I lost my mom and my brother within one year. Life is not always fair. I am glad we got to know each other and hopefully we can keep in touch