This lady had the most beautiful, soft scarves, gloves, and lots of pretty accessories. Her name is Cheryl and she and Bronie own Sippican River Farm. All of these lovely accessories are hand knitted using fleece from alpacas. Every item is one-of-a-kind.
Are these not the cutest little alpaca baby shoes?
Ooops, speak of the
I'm not kidding. I need this haircut to cover my "11" lines. I think this one just might do the trick!
Next I hit the beehive booth.
And the moody King Bee.
Then, I visited with the chair man and the tea lady.
Yup, I knew you would be jealous.
Or a diva cow. This is Elsie. At least that's what I thought she said. She told me she was bored and not in the mood to talk.
On Sunday, we went to see a movie.
This is one of the only movies that I was hoping all the main characters would meet their end because that would mean this drudgery would be over.
The reason for my title change is the two hours spent in the theatre watching this film is just a blur to me. A very loud blur.
By the way... the Mister loved it.
I told the Mister that it is my turn to pick the movie next weekend. I have decided that instead of going to the movies, we will stay in to watch every Nicholas Sparks and Nora Ephron movie ever made.