Thursday, November 13, 2008

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Here are a few shots from my stint at NAILE (North American International Livestock Exposition.)

The booth is a cooperative effort of about 8 fiber women, and we are all taking our turns at staffing the booth. I have worked there for two days and will help with the break down. (Because I am so good at that. Shut up.)

Lots o' cowboys and cowgirls. Who knew that there was such a thing a horse jewelry? I mean, jewelry for horses? Met an older fellow who bragged that he had been in every jail in West Virginia. As an inspector! Haha. And an entrepreneur from Missouri with a great business plan (U go Grl! I hope to post about you next year,) and some spinners and knitters and other friendly folk. It's not been a bad way to spend a couple of days. (Except that I had to detour around a horrific traffic wreck involving five vehicles this morning. Two fatalities and several injured. That sort of awful thing just messes with me.) (Please don't let me die that way!)

Let us end on an up note with the latest rescue bunny named Goober.


Knitting Linguist said...

That booth looks glorious! I am SO glad that it and my wallet are nowhere near in proximity to one another. Is there a story behind Goober? He looks happy to be with you.

Blueball Mountain Spindle and Needle Works said...

Saw the booth yesterday after the Friendship Spinners Spin In. It indeed looked great! Yes horse jewelry hmmm...and LOTsa boots!