Winter Greetings to All!
It's a cold, grey, damp morning here in Connecticut, and I'm spending the day in my little hidey-hole, packing for my first show of the season. I'm leaving for Virginia tomorrow for the Fredericksburg Big Flea.
If you live in the area and are planning a visit, please stop by my booth. Look for the red & white polka dot tablecloths and that's where you'll find me. This show is the first of many this season, and I plan to post my comings and goings here, but in the meantime, things will be a bit quiet on the ol' bloggie as real life gets busier.
In the meantime, I'm
completely moderately obsessed with Pinterest and Instagram these days. They don't take lots of time, they're both tons of fun and since I'm rarely without my phone, they go with me everywhere. Are you part of the fun? Good! If not, join up! The links are on the sidebar and if you love what I love, follow me, and I'll follow you right back!
To all that spent some time making a scarf or two (or three or four!) for our friends in neighboring Newtown, I'm happy to report that our Warm Scarves for Newtown Project was a huge success! We extended the deadline through the end of January, and the scarves are being delivered to the staff of Sandy Hook Elementary at Chalk Hill School in Monroe next week, along with every single note, prayer and good wish that you sent along. Thank you so very much to each and every one of you. Many of the scarves were sent anonymously, so I'm sending out a big group hug to all in return for your kindness and generosity.
Stay Warm, wherever you are in the world! Off I go for a hot cup of coffee and some more sorting, packing and pricing. Talk Soon! xo P