I thought Smokes (short for Smokey Grey) was starting to look a little plump, but she didn't really want me to touch her stomach. My son called two days before we were to pack up and told me she had had them in an empty box on the back porch. I couldn't wait to find them once we got home. They are so cute!
And, this gorgous blooming bush was a great welcome as well:
I can't wait to tell you about the shows. To show you who all was there, what I saw, the fun I had and the over 350 pictures I took (my camera was starting to mess up on me, I guess no wonder with all the pics I took). There will be so many posts to follow, but here's a teaser for you:
My booth at Zapp Hall, which this picture was the second redo once the robin's egg blue sofa sold (wait until you see the sofa, the prettiest one I've seen in a while. I almost wish I would have kept it for myself), but it went to a new antique shop home in Louisiana.
Gina Galvin and Jo Packham's booth at Marburger was FABULOUS!! Gina was shopping for this booth until late that evening and boy did she find some great things.
Of course you know Magnolia Pearl's (Robin Brown) booth is always so wonderful. There's more to come. Tons of things to get done before I start back working tomorrow. This is one show I wish could have gone on forever, it was the best one I've had in a while and was so so much fun!! Hope you all had a great Easter Sunday.