Was, of course, wonderful. There was a weather ‘issue’ and it was a little chilly but it was warm and not raining in the barns which was all I cared about. ;o)
I’m having trouble coming up with a cohesive post since there is so. much. so I’m going to completely steal from Carole and go with a random post. Ready?
Seeing lots of my friends on both days – unfortunately only for quick moments. (and some I did not see at all…some I heard rumors of their attendance and some I did see but completely forgot to link to since I kinda suck at the remembering thing…sorry…)
Dinner at the Coyote Grill on Saturday night was totally worth arriving home at midnight in a semi-comatose state (only to get up at some ungodly hour on Sunday to do it all again). I had the *somewordIcan’tpronouncebutSharondidsothewaitressfiguredoutwhatIwanted* tuna. Yum. I looked forward to having that dish for a whole year (I had it last year).
The shopping. I didn’t do too much on Saturday:
…but I made up for it on Sunday:
ETA: I’ve been totally busted. The green and blue skein of yarn in the first picture? There are actually 20 skeins total. Enough for two sweaters. *ahem* and the Abby Batts were in the Carolina Homespun booth where Morgaine could keep a close eye on them. ;o)
My favorite purchase? The Abby batt (in the plastic baggie) and my new spindle. Olive wood. So pretty…
Jazzy’s favorite purchase?
The bacon flavored treats I bought because I had to leave them home and crated all day. :o(
The rain kinda sucked on Sunday and I thought it was fitting that this was what was playing when I got in the car to drive to the fairgrounds:
by Sunday most of these:
had found new homes! ;o)
I think that covers it? Who knows, I probably missed like eleventeen really important things that happened – my brain was so fried from exhaustion that when I got home on Sunday? I slept for three. hours.
Okay…going to go pet my new spindle…