A friend called out of the blue Sunday and asked if I would be interested in going to a craft show a little over an hour away. I was in her driveway within 20 minutes. LOL!
The show was being held at a place called "Castle Farms". When I was in high school, Castle Farms was in ruins...a huge old decrepid stone farmhouse in a cow pasture. But at that time I thought that it was the best place to be in the world because in that cow pasture was a giant stage that hosted a lot of really cool bands. I remember going to see Cheap Trick, REO Speedwagon, .38 Special, The Scorpians, Quiet Riot, and Bryan Adams. (I probably gave away my age there...no, I didn't wear leg warmers, yes I had big hair). LOL!
Anyway, the Castle is now renovated into a beautiful venue for weddings and conventions.
There must have been over 100 venders at the craft show. My mission, of course, was to seek out at least ONE primitive booth. About halfway through I found it! It seemed as if I was having an out-of-body experience as I floated over to the booth...okay, I'm being dramatic, but I really didn't expect to find primitives. Once I landed on my feet I asked the owner "Did I find my primitives?" She got a big smile on her face and clapped her hands as if in victory and said "Yes you did! YAY!" She had to most beautiful prim dolls but they were out of my price range at $58, although worth every penny. I settled for a little blue ball jar with buttons inside...a steal at $4, and a prim kitty:
Speaking of good deals, I recently purchased some lil stockings from Lil Raggedy Angie on her Raggedy Goodes page. They are so stinkin' cute! All of Angie's creations are so reasonably priced, too.
It's taken me far to long to post this...our internet speed has been a problem lately. Before starting this post I was trying to catch up on some blog reading and some wouldn't load at all, while others would load but not let me comment. It's enough to drive a craft woman insane.
Have a good week!