onward and upward

{this is what I look like racing down university with a huge table in my car}

Beehive Bazaar was tons of fun. Here is a somewhat short recap...

Thursday we went to set up and here is a list of things that went wrong

- the buckets to hold up our display were full of cement and not dry

- we didn't have the right sized table and therefore had to "borrow"one from a local church building

- we had no twine to hang up our display thus causing me to hysterically drive through Provo looking for the darn stuff. {by the way NO ONE sells twine anymore...maybe it is the recession}

Once we got everything in order we high-tailed it out of there, {lets just say it is emotional to watch people inspect your wares, especially when you put so much into them ...yes I know they are just headbands but I make each one with love.}

We came back about 45 mins. later to find our booth EMPTY... so we spent the rest of the weekend making more headbands. I had tons of fun, and I loved all of it. There are times in your life when you realize that a choice or experience you have will change you and you won't be the same. For me this was one of those moments {cue the full house music} Thanks everybody that has supported this hobby that is now dare I say a business.

3 organic thoughts:

mckenna said...

s on your first (sounds like very successful) bazaar!! Exciting!!

Cameron and Melissa Johansson said...

Glad your bazaar went well! So happy for ya!

Aubree said...

Wow! It sounds like it went really well! That's awesome Rashelle! If I had some little girls I'd buy some from you. And if I wasn't such a tom boy I might buy some for myself... but I am. :0) But, that's great!!