A local author, Terry Ruscin, is there signing his popular books about the history of Henderson county, plus a local band played Christmas music to liven up the mood.
We arrived by 8:30, an hour earlier than usual and got set up before the crowds of people arrived. The aisles stayed pretty full of folks all day and sales were okay, but for the amount of folks that were there it could have been better. This is one of our favorite customers talking with daughter in the right of this pic.
We are very thankful for what we did sell as always.
Daughter helped all day and we were both decked out in holiday fare for the occasion.
This lady used to run a shop that we frequented uptown. We had no idea when she closed that one she had moved out of town to this little cottage.
We also stopped in Ace hardware and picked up some on sale bird seed and suet cakes to keep our feathered friends happy.
After she dropped me back at my van I stopped at Ingles to get some things for tomorrow's lunch.
Hubbie has been dealing with the leaves again for hopefully the last time this season, the lawn looks good without a leaf covering.
#1 son came up to borrow a table and some folding chairs as they are hosting d-in-love's dad's side of their family's Thanksgiving tonight and needed more seating.
After chores on this cool evening I watched the news and took a short nap all snuggled up with my 4-legged kids.
Today was the 2nd annual Toys for Tots Tractor Run in Henderson county. Farmers gathered at the research station in Mills River and drove into town to Jackson park hauling toys to be given to the kids in the county that won't get anything this Christmas.
There was more tractors this year and some interesting things being pulled .
Not much on TV tonight unless you like football so I caught up on my blog and then headed to bed. Hope that short nap won't keep me awake all night.
Grateful tonight for God's gift of a wonderful joyful life.
Good Night and God Bless.