Thursday, October 6, 2011

To Grandmother's House I Went

What I love about going to my Nana's house~

  • her homemade potato soup
  • playing cribbage with my grandpa
  • using Nana's laptop for a marathon browsing session~ her Internet  is much faster then mine!
  • the candy jar (more specifically~ the Recess Peanut Butter Cups)
  • her fridge in the carport (more specifically~ the soda pop)
  • the Yorkies (more specifically~ Sassie and Sadie)
  • spending time with my family

I had a great time helping Tara set up for the Country Chicks harvest show. Here is a sneak peak of her booth (sorry for the sketchy photo quality in this post I forgot my camera and had to use my Blackberry!)

And lordy~ look at all the pumpkins I bought!

Just kidding.

But I did find some fun cowboy signs among the vendors!

I didn't come home with one because I just didn't need one. Want and need~ two things I have to work on.

The only thing I don't like about going to Nana's house is that I had to leave Ranch Boy and my ponies and my doggies for a few days.......I couldn't wait to get home and give them all hugs and kisses! I don't know how Paint Girl does it and leaves for horse shows for a month!

p.s.  I am going to be a vendor at a harvest festival in the coming week and I am super busy working on projects. I can't wait to show you how it is all coming together, but here is Lizzy checking out one of my display pieces!

xo~ Ranch Girl 


Crystal said...

Wow that is a lot of pumpkins!!!

I loved visiting my nana too although we called her Nanny, she always had deserts and all the best stuff :)

Reddunappy said...

OOOO wonderful booth!!! I love that stuff!!! LOL LOL

fernvalley01 said...

Sounds like a great visit! And that is a lot of pumpkins!

dusty devoe said...

Lizzy is so cute! Loved spending gtime with you.

Sares said...

Yep, the candy jar and pop fridge are quite the draw around here too. I need to play cards with Pappy more often, except I like pinochle better than cribbage. My favorite soup is the vegetable!I got the recipe and make it at home. It was good to see you an hope the weather doesn't keep you away too long this winter!