Secondly I got to share my booth with Judy,
which meant I could run to visit Chris Morgan, http://woolybuns.typepad.com/visit the ladies' room and get food (oh those cookies from the Rolling in the Dough booth. (I think I remembered the name correctly). Making and keeping the connections at these events is key to our "close knit" community.
And then there is the parade of fashions! The top jacket stopped me in my tracks. I sadly forgot to get her name, but the jacket looked like she had such fun!
The sock story was a sweet Mother's Day discovery. Mom, Denise
http://www.said-the-hobbit.blogspot.com/ had made daughter, Sarah
eight pairs of socks for her birthday! The rust orange pair on the left is one of those eight. The striped sock on the right, modeled by Denise, is knitted from the remainders of those eight pairs. Those are the kinds of gifts really show caring.