Monday, June 29, 2009

Maine Pursenalities

First things first.............. One big black bird means heart failure if not noticed in time........ I took yesterday off, I don't get many days off lately and I am fortunate that my friend Denise or my mom fills in for me. Denise happened to work yesterday and Avis had worked on Saturday. Avis left Denise a present before we left work Saturday Night, with a little message on it. I found it, on my cash register this morning when I got to work. It jumped the begeezes out of me. So I think Denise must have snickered all night just waiting for the morning. What she had to worry about is where he might show up next. HaHa

On a slightly lighter note, Look at just how talented Denise is, She has been knitting, felting and even hand felting so much. She redid the front display yesterday with some of her new work. Check it out. It is beautiful and so very unique. Sometimes it is just nice to get something for yourself or someone you love that is hand made, right here in Maine.
Enjoy a little look at some fabulous work by a unique and wonderful woman.

The blue one with the daisy's is wonderful and is my favorite, but to small for me. So I think I will have to opt for the yellow one at the top of the display. I love yellow, it makes me feel sunny and bright, even on a day like today. Oh and check out the bowls, they are so cute.
Remember that "It is Always Worth The Trip @ Silkweeds"


Denise said...

Thanks for the nice pictures and compliments. geez I am so sorry about the buzzard;)
Who Loves ya?

Silkweeds said...

You are not sorry about the buzzard, your not fooling me

the primitive country bug said...

Hi there~ I see you're located in Maine. So am I~ New Gloucester. Not sure how far that is from Searsport but I may have to plan a day trip to come to your shop!

I had to post here about the buzzard because that is just way too funny! It would have jumped me right out of my skin, for sure!

Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope to see you again soon.
Blessings~ Birgit

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