Yeesh! It's been 2 months since I posted last. Shame on me. But I have not been idle. I helped my Aunt and Uncle dispose of the remaining contents of my Grandma's house. This property has been in the family since the Revolutionary War...the land was a grant from the Western Reserve of Connecticut,issued to war veterans to help with the growing east coast population expand westward. It's a long, long story .. I was the recipient of many, many lovely items. There is one story that I have to tell at a later date about a trunk Circa 1828. The above wee lass is Luna, a design from the lovely mind of Jenn West. I made 4 Luna sisters and the have all found homes throughout the country. I have just a few more items for the fall and Halloween to complete and then it has to be only Christmas on my mind. Salt Box primitive house have found their way in to the list of offering in the store. Nancy DeRosa, made one and I knew I had to give it a try. Love them. My dear husband Tim and I have also be cutting out silhouettes of 6ft high witches, scary cats, turkeys, moons and star, roosters and ponies to offer our patrons. It will be a busy upcoming weekend, Apple Butter Festival, Covered Bridge Festival and more...the leaves on the trees will be peaking next weekend and the glorious color is splendid right now! This is truly the best time of the year! Oh! I am on Face Book and I feel quite guilty for neglecting my various blogs. I findthat blogs are so much more personal and you can really get to know about a person through this medium. But each have their charming features!
I am selling my Primitive Folk and Fantasy Art Dolls, at my family's store, "Farley's Country Store",celebrating 87 years in the same location. I am the owner and operator of the store for the past 21 years. I am married to Tim. We have 3 "children" with paws!