I always wanted a cherry red Mitsubishi Eclipse. What I have a mom-mobile mini-van. It's what I need. Not what I want.
Tomorrow, I get up early, put on my long-johns and go out into the cold to do a craft show. The Apple Harvest Festival in Waynesville, NC. Waynesville is right next to Maggie Valley, NC.
The van is LOADED! Good thing no one is riding with me, cause there's no room!
If you get to come to the show, look for me in #16 between the Mast General Store and the main stage. I'll be right next to my portable propane heater!
The weatherman is calling for a "wintry mix" in the morning. I'm asking everyone to pray for warmth and sunshine. The show is from 10-5, Saturday, October 17th.
When I get back from this show, it will be time to get ready to move to my new house. After I get settled in there, I'll be making some primitive Christmas crafts for the store. Last year, some friends and I did "Handcrafted Christmas in the Cabin" in a quaint little mountain cabin that my father built. The cabin is rented now as a residence, so this year we'll have to do "Handcrafted Christmas on Main Street". I'll be decorating my little store on Main St. in Burnsville and we'll load up with handmade Christmas crafts and we'll stock up on fruitcakes and goodies from WHOW. They were a big hit last year, so we'll be carrying them again this year.
Come see me at the show if you're within driving distance. I'm sure someone will be selling hot chocolate to warm ya up. With whipped cream and itty bitty marshmallows even! And kettle korn, and funnel cakes! It's what's for lunch. :)
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