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Catching up... it's been a while

So I have been working hard at my day job and of course playing with my grandson. Oh the delights of this little one.


Truly, I could go on and on.....

Now about the Shabby Chic French and Nautical world I live in....

On Mother's Day weekend I set up and sold my items at a large garden expo in Spokane at Spokane Community College. It was a great sale with lots and lots of people. Here are some pictures. My family was there to help me and we made it an event. And I am so excited that I will now be carrying my products and 3rd Street Antiques in Puyallup as of June 1st!

Enjoy the pictures and let me know how your spring is going! Sue

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