My long-time-girlfriend, Bethany Grubb of Antebellum Farmhouse, was so helpful for getting me into the show, I can't thank her enough. Her booth was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! I swear I could have lived in the basement of that old barn with her furnishings and decor! Perfection!
My newest girlfriend, Ginny Sanders, was so nice to spend ALL DAY with me on Friday tending the booth and my 9-month old daughter. She's a lifesaver! Thank you, Ginny!
My newest guyfriend, Nathan Rotter, loaded his truck and trekked all the way up to Mt. Vernon with me to set up on Thursday. He was so helpful in deciding how to arrange the booth, I couldn't have done it without him in the short hour-and-a-half window we had to get it done. A big THANK YOU, Nathan!
Thank you Page Price and Pat Warthen and the rest of the RS staff for all your hospitality. It's an amazing event . . . so organized, well communicated, and promoted. I was honored to be a part of it. Thank you so much!
And last, but not least, a huge thank you to all the folks who came out to support this event, especially the friends I have made along the way: Lori, Lilly, Pat, Maggie, Eva, Natalie, Marin, Lisa, Janelle, and Lora.
Here are a few photos taken with my iPhone . . .
My daughter, Greta. I loved having her with me at the show. I was a little worried that she may not make it through the day, but she was a trooper and I couldn't have been happier that she was a part of it all.
Rural Society patrons in the Hedy Regal Designs booth (pardon my shaky photo).
All these cute vintage child's dishware was a gift from my booth neighbor, Janet Clayton of Open Market Style. Greta and I are going to have many tea parties with these. Thanks Janet!
My "pop-up shop"
Another view of the shop.
Thanks Bethany, for this lovely tea pot! It is exactly what I have been looking for! You're the best!