I was a little surprised that I had to cancel so many things to make it happen, though, I guess I do tend to cram stuff onto Mondays and Tuesdays since I don't work.
I canceled two walking partners, two grandma dates, my service group working lunch, my monthly temple and dinner date, a dentist appointment, and our FHE group.
In return I got to check out Richfield ... including great old houses, like the one with the head board fence, the local DI, and a local Nazi controlled antique store.
On Wednesday, I worked as usual, and took on the assignment from my Reclaimologist group, to post pictures of stuff I would have at the Extravaganza that weekend. Above is one of two sets of pictures I posted. (5 of the things in the pictures sold)
That night I worked on projects for the show, with some help from Dad.
On Thursday I took some projects to work. I had had this truck for sale for $22 for about three years ... on Thursday at work I stamped the words, and painted the fenders and trim, and added the tree to the door. (It sold for $30) I also loaded the stuff I had chosen the day before into the while van for the sale.
On Friday morning, I finished up a few more projects, dug out my old Christmas merchandise, and waited for Dad to get home around 2, as I had to load a huge rug before loading anything else, and I couldn't do alone, but Dad, evidently could. We got it all loaded in about 15 minutes and headed to Spanish Fork ...
Where we got ready to set up for the show. Dad headed home, after hauling it all in, and setting up the pop-up frame. I worked until 7:00 to finish it up, then ...
He came and picked me up and we headed up the Amanda Campbell's reception in the barn where Spencer and Brittney had their reception.
The crowd at the sale was almost unbelievable... and I got to meet one of my blog followers, a gal from Lehi. It was also one of my best sales in years!
Dad, meanwhile was working with Uncle Doug on Megan's bathroom.
That evening we had the kids over for Sunday dinner, here are a few random shots of all the fun.
I love that my grandsons love the doll house!
Elias gave me his best shot at some smiles, some of the pics were flat our hilarious!!