Wednesday, May 02, 2007

let's talk Sheep and Wool.

So, are you going? I am so excited to be taking a drop spindle class Sunday morning and will be drooling and spinning in circles walking around with Lydia to see the vendors on Saturday.

I was really hoping to meet Angie in person, but she has had to cancel her trip because of a scary foot situation with her husband.

I will be keeping an eye out for cool things to add to the remaining four drawings. Will I see you there?



Blogger Angela Martínez said...

I'm trying not to visibly pout over this. I really hope that you enjoy your spindle class, and find lots of cool stuff to spoil yourself with.

Take lots of pictures for me.

5/02/2007 3:57 PM  
Blogger msubulldog said...

Oh, I had no idea that's where Angie was headed. What a bummer. :( Dumb toenails.

5/02/2007 4:46 PM  
Blogger Nancy @ the Jersey Shore said...

I wish I could go! I'm not that all that far...maybe next year. Have a great time!

5/03/2007 11:09 AM  
Anonymous Jane said...

It looks like I can work out my schedule and go on Saturday! I will have to bring my middle child, as we will be on our way back from a special state thingie she qualified to do that morning, but she loves animals....yarn, not so much.
I hope to see you there and maybe get some pointers.
I heard there is good "fair food" there too. I think I might entice her more if I offer to buy lunch.

5/03/2007 2:46 PM  
Blogger Gretchen said...

Jane, I hear there is supposed to be a blogger meet up Saturday at one, by the pavillion. No one that I "know" is going to be there, as far as I know, but I plan to check it out.

The bbq lamb sandwiches smelled amazing last year, but I cannot bring myself to eat lamb.

Plenty of very cute sheep for your girl to see. Tell her the only way to get to them is to walk (slowly, while touching everything) through the vendors' areas. (-:

5/04/2007 2:58 PM  
Blogger Gretchen said...

Nancy-- you should come! Definitely!

Angie--I will take pics for you.
I'm still bummed that you won't be here. Bummed. Is my age showing?

Dumb toenails, indeed. Scary toenails.

5/04/2007 3:00 PM  
Anonymous Jane said...

OK, I found that extremely funny that they serve lamb. Understandable..showing the whole worth of the animal but very odd to eat what you just petted.
My daughter is up for it...even knowing there will be some "yarn" petting as well as sheep petting going on.

5/04/2007 7:31 PM  

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