Monday, March 02, 2009

Oh my sad lil store...


Thank you, thank you, thank you for visiting us this Canton, we loved every minute of it!

It's hard to believe that it was just a bit over a week ago when the store was filled to the brim for Serendipity Market. So much stuff you could scarcely move, but you'd never know it to see the store now! Mayron came in for a visit this afternoon and was shocked at how empty it was. It looks like a turkey the day after Thanksgiving dinner....picked clean! I have lots of work ahead of me this month!

But for now, I'm going to collapse and stay in my jams for the next 18 hours! It's been an exhausting but glorious week!

Sweet dreams!

LaurieAnna

7 comments:

Antiques and More Blog said...

From the looks of all the photos, I'm sure your store still looks fabulous.

Thanks so much for the visit and comment, it's much appreciated.

Now, you get some rest that is much deserved!

Lisa

boylerpf said...

Your store looks fabulous to me even though you think it is empty. Must have meant a great week...enjoy the jammie time!

sparkled*life said...

Of course it is picked clean with cute stuff like you have how can anyone resist!

You are amazng hope you got rested up!

glimpse of my world said...

Laurie Anna... what a nice problem to have . your store shelves being empty! I know you are so grateful! Get some rest and thanks for bringing joy to each of us!
SMILES!!

glimpse of my world said...

Laurie Anna... what a nice problem to have . your store shelves being empty! I know you are so grateful! Get some rest and thanks for bringing joy to each of us!
SMILES!!

The Junkin' Yaya said...

Hi sweetie!

thanks for droppin' in to see me at the Yaya! glad to hear that you had a great time in Canton! Maybe we will finally get to meet in Warrenton?

Have a beautiful & creative week!

xo...deb

Marta said...

Hi LaurieAnna! I have been looking for a little rug like the one in this post. Do you sell them? If so I am very interested! Please email me at lugom@mac.com Thanks! i love you're style! Hugs, Marta