Yoo hoo...is anyone still there?
I know it's been a long time since my last post...
but it's been a whirlwind of a year.
- Porter Antiques closed (home of my 58 Vintage Faire booth)
- So I opened 'Vintage Garden' in the front of the florist
- Moved my Home & Work Space
- Hosted the 2nd Annual 'Witches Night Out in Enumclaw"
- The florist took a surprisingly sudden retirement...so...
- I closed the Vintage Garden
- Moved everything between storage & home
- Home now equals Warehouse!
- Kept up my real job and 'gave them a few hours' to get some projects done
- Hiatus needed and taken
I'm getting 'back in the saddle' again...
and feeling very energized as I consider the right place to share my treasure:
I've submitted applications to local shows and
I've put my name on the waiting list of a new Antique Mall in the area.
When I opened the 'Vintage Garden',
I chose that name to support the association with the Florist,
but now I'm transitioning everything back to '58 Vintage Faire'.
I've contacted FB and should soon see the name change there too,
but for nowyou can still follow me on FB via
Vintage Garden, Enumclaw
I'll let you know when and where it all 'lands'.
In the mean time,
I want to share a few pictures from the
benefit sales that started this whole venture.
Vintage Faire 2010
Denice honored our mother by choosing
as the theme for her Breast Cancer 3 Day walk.
|Corey, Denice & Hannah at the Original Vintage Faire|
The second Vintage Faire
supported my brother Don's Stair Climb with Buckley Fire Dept
to help fight Leukemia
in honor and memory of our cousin Greg.
Greg & my brother Don, Best Man & Groom at Don's Wedding
|Don (always Donny to me) brought the Vintage Fire Truck to the Vintage Faire!|
Denice & Anne joined forces.