Thursday, September 17, 2009

'Tis a sad day in blogland...




Well, not really sad, 'cause we met two wonderful gals from Canada, Bev and Linda...but sad because we had to tell them we were moving our shop...AND...they were buying Norbie, our wonderful Californian pheasant that I got from Nancy over at Shab n Chic...'tis a sad day indeed, sorry Nanc, but that's how it flies in the world of junk tradin'...

Let's just hope he makes it across border patrol...maybe if they use him as a hood ornament, they won't notice him...kinda looks like that Mercedes emblem right...the girls read my blog every day and just had to drive down to the states just to check out all the goodies us rebels have to barter.

But we are sad too, to be leaving Palo, we've met some great people there, but our move is purely economical...we gotta make a buck...right...?

Having a great shop is one thing, but in reality, it has to make some moolah too and our new booth in The Amanas' has already done just that for us. Reaching a large tourist population, our prospects are far greater...so sad, but not all lost, we forge ahead...and don't be sad for Norbie...these girls are nuts...he'll fit right in.

Check out the White blog for shots of the booth space...later...

6 comments:

Shab-n-Chic said...

I'm sure Norbie will be very happy in his new home..they look like nice gals. Maybe we should have put a tracking device around his leg to keep tabs on him. :) Have a good life Norb!

lulu Redstar & Lauri Evans said...

Good for you for giving it a go! I love the fact that you tried! Nut, you're like a Weeble...you wobble but you NEVER FALL DOWN!

ox lulu

summersundays-jw said...

Love that weeble-thing & it's the truth. You'll be so glad this winter when the snow flies (sorry to bring that up) but you & Scratchy can stay snug in the pink chateau & create things for your booth. Jan

Greyscale Territory said...

I love the Weeble comment too! It so fits! O Sharon! Your booth will give you more freedom! I feel that is what you are all about and not tied to walls! Always, one door may close but somewhere there is an open window!

BIG HUGS!

sarayutouched said...

...what will you do next?...it doesn't matter...you always land on your feet...GOOD LUCK with this new adventure...never stop reaching for that dream!!!
see ya tomorrow for coffee if you have the time!!

Chris said...

I was thinking about the hood ornament comment as soon as I saw that picture. That's funny, they should superglue it there:)