09 September 2010

On the run in Brimfield!

Greetings blogger friends,
         Somehow or other I managed to throw my back out as we set up for Brimfield Antiques Show and I am home mending for a couple of days so I am rested up for the weekend and the final three days of the show.

        My poor hubby always goes along with these crazy adventures of mine, he keeps his sense of humor and always supports me when I am getting low or down. I was wondering if it was going to be worth it as we went crazy finishing up last minute details and then just as I was thoroughly exhausted, I looked up and low and behold a rainbow!
Hubby flashes me one of those big "I love you" smiles and somehow I had the peace of God and knew we would do alright.
 So, Here we are in Brimfield and we are having a blast and we are getting 
such positive feedback that I wonder what took me so long to get here.
But as I have said before there is a time and
A season for everything  under the Son!
These pictures are of our booth on day one.
I will show you more pics when we get home so until then, I hope you see
the Promises of The Lord in your everyday life. 
Blessings to you and yours, fondly Meg

5 comments:

Rebecca said...

Wow! Can't wait to see the rest of your pictures. I'm really thankful you are having such an exciting experience. Continued success and eyes to appreciate the blessings of the Lord...

Lori Zehr said...

Meg: I love the rainbow picture. I am assuming these are pictures of your booth! I love the style. We must have much in common in decorating ideas. Wonderful! Looking forward to more pictures.

Antique ART Garden said...

I used to go to the antique show at Metrolina in Charlotte for about 18 years or so. Loved going, your booth looks great, so nice your husband helps and supports you, thanks much, Gina

Pam's English Garden said...

Dear Meg,

How I would love to step into your booth and browse your intriguing finds! "Antiquing" is a favorite hobby of ours.

I hope your back is mended. Enjoy the rest of the show!

Pam

Kathleen said...

Meg, So very sorry to hear about your back. Praying that you will heal and enjoy the last days in Brimfield. If I was at the show I would find your booth most attractive. Awesome. Kat