Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Cold Hard Facts


I don't know what it is, but at the first little cold snap I instantly get ravenous.

I want to eat everything warm...or cold...in the house.

So...what's a girl to do to stave off hunger pains?

Why she heads straight to Pinterest and starts pinning recipes for casseroles, soups and desserts...of course!

Ordinarily, in and of itself, this isn't a bad thing.  It keeps me from lifting the fridge off the floor and dumping the entire contents into my waiting tummy,

BUT...

seeing as how I've got a new show this weekend to get ready for...I should be packing instead drooling.

Photo of our booth courtesy of Red.Neck Chic

Whoa Nelly!   Back it up!

Beep, beep, beep!

 Have I even mentioned to y'all we'll be vendors at a new show to our area this weekend?

Silly me...of course I haven't.

That would require posting on a regular basis...now wouldn't it?

And since you know and I know I've only managed to crank out 2 or 3 posts since we got back from the Marburger Farm Antique Show...I'm also pretty certain I haven't said a word about the Junk Hippy Roadshow in Arlington this Saturday, November 10.

You want to know how I know?


Cat Daddy told me so last night...in his best growl...over and over!

In fact...his exact words were How can the ladies come see me if you don't let 'em know where I'll be?

See...it doesn't matter what we take to display and sell.  Obviously the most important thing is HE.WILL.BE.THERE...on display!  Leastwise...that's his viewpoint.  One of these days y'all, I'm gonna stick a price tag on him and see if there are any takers...just for the heckuvit!

Picture it.

Photo and caption of The Man courtesy of Red.Neck Chic

A big ol' tag pinned on his back stating:

Free to good home.
Declawed, housebroken, and neutered.
All sales final.
No returns or exchanges.

Reckon I'd get any takers...or should I just try and sell him by the pound?

I'm willing to bet a dollar to a donut that big ol' swollen head of his'n would fetch me a pretty penny all by it's lonesome!

Photo and caption of our booth courtesy of Red.Neck Chic

Bottom line...whether you're looking for cool, crusty old junk or an even cooler, crustier old junker...I hope you can work it into your schedule to come on out to Arlington this Saturday to the Junk Hippy Roadshow.  Kristen has rounded up a bevy of unique dealers to tempt you and I personally think it's gonna be more fun than a barrel of Cat Daddys.

One last enticement...

Did I happen to mention Evelyn Robelyn of Red.Neck Chic fame is gonna be my next door litter-mate?

Oh yeah baby-cakes.  It's on...so on.

Can you say...

ME-OWWW?

On a personal note...sending out prayers to Craig and TOT that all goes well with his surgery this morning. Love you guys.

7 comments:

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I wish I could come and see you and Chicky Baby and of course "the man"! But he'll pull of plenty of a crowd in on his own, let's just pray he also pulls in plenty of sales.... Be sure and tell the Huntsville Guys I said hello. I think they'll be there too.

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Deb, I just now read your Halloween post, too too funny! and Loved Robelyn's take on decorating with you at Marburger! You guys have fun!! hugs and kisses!

Olive said...

Hi Deb, your junk is lovely and not junk. Love the scale and rope. My Joe is always buying big ole ropes too. You sure sound busy with all these shows. I would not be posting much either. About eating and the cold, it's nearly noon and I am in my big bear robe drinking coffee and eating biscotti. Like I need that. xo, olive

holli said...

I'm doing a happy dance to know i'm FINALLY going to meet you in person and the most awesome Red. neck. Chic! Cat Daddy is just a bonus on top.
SOOOOO excited!!

Kate said...

You guys are the best of the best! I wish I lived near and could come and hang with you sweet friend!

Wishing you all the best!

xoxo
Kate

Stephanie said...

SO glad I saw this today! I should be able to come - don't know how I missed this event. I just did a post for you on it!

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

So wish I lived closer!