Today was a pretty great day. The perfect fall day to be on the road with my sidekick, Wilson. (This was the best shot he’d give me.) Fall is still hanging on and the sun was shining high. We had a gorgeous drive.
We made a new friend who was all about posing for the camera.
She wasn’t shy at all. In fact she gave me her better side.
And then invited me in for a tour.
I don’t know what it is about barns and farms in general that I am enamored with. I suppose it is a lifestyle that I know little about having grown up in the suburbs but I’m always caught off guard by all of the simple, natural undeveloped beauty a farm offers.
And the old construction of the barns plus the new patina. Boy, what I would do with that door. It would look great above my mantel.
So what was a non-farm girl like me doing on this beautiful horse farm? My upholsterer’s studio is located there! I know. Amazing. I love taking that trip. There are a couple of cute outbuildings and several homes on the property including a grand old farm house!
Back to biz though. I picked up a fabulous club chair that I will post about next week after I tweak the finish.
Wilson and I made a few other pickups today. Mostly of the holiday merchandise type. Specifically vintage and handmade!
We also made some wreaths, painted a bit and planted paperwhites when we returned home. Actually who am I kidding? Wilson took a nap! I did those things.
Prep mode continues for the holidays at our Brick & Mortar. Hope you’ll come visit this weekend! Open Saturday & Sunday 10-5. Don’t forget, we have Miss Mustard Seed milk paint in stock too!
Other local events that I am participating in this weekend include viewing Freud’s Last Session at Arden Theatre after attending The Scene.
And on Saturday night I will launch my modeling career at The Frock Shoppe’s charity fashion show. And then I’ll retire my modeling career.
What are your plans for the weekend?