Monday, May 05, 2008

Auntie Em, Auntie Em.... It's a Twister!

Oh my, what a show! Before we opened on Friday, the tornado sirens were blowing. It was only later that we discovered that the tornado had already touched down - the sirens were too late.

But, all's well that ends well....everyone was okay and we were no worse for the wear. After the excitement was over, the sun came out along with the crowd. It proved to be a wonderful show!

On a personal note, I must share that several customers took the time to call me and check on our safety. It truly moved us that you thought about us and expressed your concerns. Thank you so much for that! It's amazing to me how many friends I've made over the years, and how many more we meet every month.






For those that didn't get to join us.....we brought out the Arbor again, we've used it numerous times before....the most recent was last Fall, Sept - November....it's a pretty versatile piece that my hubby built. He's such a sweetheart!






Have a blessed week my friends!

LaurieAnna

5 comments:

Donna Lynn said...

So sorry for your scare! Wow, those used to be hair raising when I lived in Texas, the golf ball sized hail was too...
Love your beautiful post, and what a talented husband you have!
Hugs and prayers for you,
Donna Lynn

sparkled*life said...

Loved your boothe this month at Canton. You have a great way of placing things and putting different things together for a great look!

molly said...

So glad you were ok and all was well in Canton. LOVE the arbor in your booth. I have not seen it before in your booth. I hope I get to see it in person! Hope to see you in next show!

cindy said...

Did not get to make it down this month, but sure was glad to hear everyone was ok...scary! Arbor looks awesome too.

c

My Vintage Studio said...

Don't you hate the of the tornado sirens were blowing? Thank God they work. We live in the Memphis area...yes, a tornado area! :( ...
and an area last week the sirens weren't working. Our dogs go crazy too with this weather.
Love your blog!
Sharon