above is the view in our yard….
The turn of the century mill along the Finley River in Ozark, MO
Then coming the 2nd weekend in November, I’ll be doing my first ever VINTAGE MARKET in Billings, MO as part of Phoene’s Vintage Market. I am so excited to not only share my Janie Lane Collection, but also an eclectic mix of unusual vintage finds that I’ve been collected on my dumpster diving excursions. I am soo excited to be a part of this vintage market…it’s totally me…totally fun…and gives me an outlet for my diving-slash-hording-junk addiction!
Although I don’t like the misty rain that has with the weather, I am totally loving the cold weather! It certainly felt like Fall today at the craft show.
Tomorrow is supposed to be 29 degrees in the morning and frost!! YIKES!!!
I’ll be back at the Ozark Craft show tomorrow demonstrating jewelry making and helping the kids sell their pupcakes..! Maybe I should consider selling hand warmers – I hope my fingers work!
PS – Just came home at it’s 58 degreess…hubby is complaining that the house is cold and said..I feel like I should be at the football game as cold as it is in here..ME: Well…isn’t that the idea?
Happy Fall Everyone,
Took a little break this weekend to spend some time in Iowa at a family reunion. The first time in years since the whole gang – both sides was able to make it – nearly 40 of us in all.
This is our Grandma Ginny…to some in the picture she is Great Grandma Ginny…and she’s about to become GREAT GREAT Grandma Ginny next April when *my* Grandbaby is born! She’s so beautiful!
I think Dana has her wrapped around his “little” big finger….
Carson, Iowa isn’t very big….but it is a quaint little town. A country store, the Wander Inn and a one room Movie theatre.
This was the first time that my Daughter in Law Beth had come with us….so we took her sight seeing first to Uncle Jacks Pond. It’s full of Big Ole’ Bass n Big Ole’ bluegill!
And a climb up the old windmill just north of the house. Love this Windmill!
As always, we girls snuck down to Thistleberry Cottage – a very quaint little boutique just about a mile down the road. I loved everything about this shop! Except the fact that I forgot my camera that day! But be sure to check out the link above.
And, on the way there and home, I had a little bit of time to make a piece or two of jewelry. This is one of my favorites. A gentleman came into RESTORE and bought it for his wife for their anniversary! I think she has a keeper! I hope she enjoys for many years to come!
Got some very exciting news which ill share closer towards the end of the week!!