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« Two Men and Some Baskets ~ Part 2 | Main | Celebrating National Cake Decorating Day »

Monday, October 08, 2012


Tammy C

The picture of the tents and vendors reminds me of Meet In The Street that Wake Forest does in annually in May.

Glad you had no rain.Looks like it was a fun day.

Connie H

I love festivals such as these. What wonderful wares your family has for sale and they are so talented. :)


You call autumn autumn! Not fall. Wow.

Hannah's dark red cardigan looks lovely on her, the pattern looks scrumptious.


Glad Granny and Hannah had a nice day for the craft fair. Hope they had lots of sales.


Kathy W.

Thanks for giving us a glimpse of Dayton Days! Blessings to all!

Stephanie in MI

Dang! Dayton isn't that far from here. I probably could have driven there. Sigh. Some day I will meet up with you all! Glad the sale was such a success for you!


That looks like so much fun! I would be like Granny, wanting to talk to everyone and telling them about my stuff. I'm glad she and Hannah had good success at this craft show!

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