Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Catching up on Warrenton

Here's a crew! Andy (Found Around Fred's World), Andrea Huff (Lulu Red Star), Lauri (Crackhead) Evans, Suzanne Duda (Pink Roses), Susan (Found Around), and Rene Jackson (A Junk Queen)



Lulu's little quirk of smelling vintage hand bags. She said she was reminiscing the smell of her grandmother's bags.


This was Riley, she will be a veteran junker some day! She was wheeling and dealing!
Andy & I down town
If you missed Billy Barnett playing his harmonica in our booth you really did miss a good show. He can come up with some winners!!
This was the great band that comes to the 3rd Base Bar in downtown Warrenton. They are wonderful and draw a big crowd.
John Gray and Robin (Magnolia Pearl) Brown. I purchased her new book last week in Llano. It is a wonderful book! Andy & I couldn't sleep for 2 nights because of all the inspiration she gave us! She pushes you to follow your heart and dreams and be creative. Great one to grab up. I think I'll be done with Warrenton now, except, it will soon be time to start working on the spring show!! Love to all

4 comments:

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

What's that spider doing on Lulu's head, oh never mind that's an ol hat, he he! Andy was in serious mode in one of the pics and you looked pretty as always. Loved the pic on Renee's blog, cute baby too!!

LuluRedstar&Lauri Evans said...

Hey, Andy and Susan, Love that picture of us, can you send me a copy of it for my scrapbook? evansq@comcast.net That little grandbaby is the cutest. We want to come see you guys in the hill country it looks wonderful. Miss ya'll and still talking about Andy's belt and all the fun we had. He is the best. Can't wait to see you guys, Lauri @ Chippys

lulu Redstar & Lauri Evans said...

Here Here...great you're finally blogging..but really did you have to give away my little secret????
Miss you also and can't wait until the spring!
xo lulu

ajunkqueen said...

Hey you,
in Hill country wish you could be here for The trip to Linda and Ludmil's also I know you would have been averwhelmed with the Christmas glitz.