A tribute to Cat Daddy, who had to go back to Dallas for part of the show. We were trying to do his famous pose.
That's Theresa Cano (Garden Antiques) on the right and Kim Leggett (City Farmhouse) in the middle. Help me out with the person on the left... Oh! And that's Lisa (Adornments by Lisa) in the background.
The queen of flashcards ... Janet of Sweet Talk/Rubbish ...Dressed in one of her signature Mexican dresses!!
Zapp Hall's Debbie (Talking Trash) and Robelyn (Redneck Chic), doin' the Cat Daddy pose.
Kim and Debbie and...Calvin? Is that right? Or am I only thinking Calvin because of the white undershirt?!
Say what you will...this is a fun group o' women!
Sandy, Charlene and Lisa...Sandy came all the way from California!
TOT and Sweet T (from Timeworn Interiors & Garden Antiques)
Sisters Treasures (Betsy and Elaine)...this was there first time selling in Warrenton, Dillard's field. They also sell at Trade Days in Fredericksburg.
Pacific Northwesterners ... Lisa (Garden Cat) and Pam (One Gal's Trash and Plucky Maidens Junk Fest)
Shelley (Sweet Pea Home) and Christie, who has an excellent name (!) that I may have misspelled. She refuses to blog but sells in Sommerfield (which, again, I may have misspelled) in Warrenton.
Debbie...striking a pose with the hawt guacamole.
Lisa (Pix Up Stix)...some people were just born to be queen.
My homie Amy (Amy Boland photography) and Diane (Blends of Georgetown)
I MAY have mentioned in my last post that it’s the people that keep me coming back to antiques week. The photos above capture just a handful of the characters you might encounter while hunting for junk. Some are dealers. Others are perennial shoppers like myself. If you’re a blogger, there are events held just so you can mix it up with your comrades. But that’s another post for another day.
Hope these photos won’t scare you away. I hope they make you want to hop in the car, catch a plane or even thumb a ride to the next show — where all these faces will be around to greet you!