Friday, April 3, 2009

Good eats & good stuff!

Well, I have been enjoying the Hilltop being open again. Had lunch there yesterday, breakfast today with the girls "breakfast club", and then dinner tonight with my son. I've made up for lost time! Everything was great! A friend gave me a gift certificate for Christmas, so I spent very little money. My favorite is the breakfast. Real homefries, not frozen cubes. :)

Ok, enough on the food. I think you've got the point that the Hilltop is worth going to. :)
I'll be posting about some other restaurants in Burnsville also, so when you come to visit, you'll have a good idea where you can have some yummy meals.
I finished a new penny rug today. The pattern is called "Bunny in the Berry Patch" and it's an "All Through the Night" pattern. So cute and lots of detail with french knots and stitching. It's listed in my etsy shop and on my website. Here's another photo of my new store. We're finally getting filled up, but still have room for more goodies. I stitched 6 stitcheries today since it was pretty slow in the store. At least I'm getting lots done! Had customers this week from Florida, Michigan, Ohio & Kentucky. Plus the great locals! I plan to put a map on the wall soon so folks can mark where they're from. Just a fun thought. :)
Time for me to get stuff ready to work on tomorrow. Maybe there will be tons of customers and I won't have time to stitch. (wish, wish)


5 comments:

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

You new penny rug looks great and your shop does too, hope you have tons of customers. I love to go to stores and business while on vacation that have those cute little maps to mark where you are from. When we went to Idaho we stopped at a little out of the way Steak house, (the food was great), that had a map like that and to our surprise we saw a couple from our town on there.

Heather's Stitches said...

Your shop looks full of eye candy! Keep up the good work!

phyllis leck said...

Love your bunny penny rug!

Tins and Treasures said...

I can't believe all the stuff in your store. That's amazing. I agree that the map is a good idea. Take care ~Natalie

Valley Primitives Gift Shoppe said...

You shop is filling up and looks great!
Kim