Every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving the
Frankfort Chamber of Commerce puts on
The Hollyberry Fair.
Since the weather is usually not very good, they hold it indoors
at the high school.
It is an arts and crafts fair with some surprising stuff for sale.
Some stuff is surprisingly good and some stuff is suprisingly…..you know!
Last year we discovered a new company from the Manistee area that makes and sells wine jellies.
You know, the kind of jelly one would pour over a
nice piece of cheese and then serve to friends in the backyard.
Today is THE day 🙂
We met for a breakfast Mimosa at LuAnn’s, then we were off to the school.
We found lots of familiar crafters and some new ones
Oh look at this lady wearing the interesting hat!
This was a fun booth.
“Those 2 Girls”
had some shnazzy hats and scarfs. Really cool.
I had to buy a scarf and blew my entire budget for the day right there at the first booth we stopped by.
That’s my scarf below – beautiful 🙂
Hey! She’s having a great time modeling hats and scarfs 🙂
It was a busy place.
A whole table full of huge Petoskey stone stuff
Chamber Director Joanne
who bought a cupcake for her very young daughter who only wanted to eat the icing, heehee 🙂
And that was our day.
While we were gone to WDW, Cindy painted our living room.
The color doesn’t really look right though and much as I don’t want to do away with her work
(a great paint job), the paint needs to change.
To what I don’t know yet. I asked LuAnn to come and look and she was stumped.
She suggested to get Lee to see what to do with it and Lee changed the entire room around.
Something I never thought of because I am basically too lazy to move and clean behind big pieces of furniture.
Anyway, the room looks so different and fantastic but the color needs to be changed next week, no matter what.
Before I forget to tell you all that it snowed a little yesterday afternoon I will tell you that it snowed yesterday.
It isn’t cold yet and there was more moisture than ice in the air –
the snow didn’t stick around long enough for me to take pictures of.