Small Business Savings, Friday through Sunday! November 26, 2020
Happy day after Thanksgiving! Guess what! It’s Small Business Week!
This past week, we’ve gotten more stocking stuffers in and the rechargeable light modules have finally arrived, back in stock!
We have free make and take classes on Friday and Saturday, that filled up long ago. But, there are still Two more spots open for our upcoming Santa Tray class!
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Moving on, have you ever bought a piece of furniture that just didn’t work in your home, as you hoped it would? It’s happened to me too. I don’t think any of us have missed this experience at one point or another! I didn’t stress about it too much, because I can always bring it into the shop. But I’d rather not.
I’m just playing around with pillows, but this is a small scale, camel back sofa. Nancy, my upholsterer, restored it, covering the cushion and “inside” part of the sofa, with a cotton velvet.
The back and sides are covered in a French hemp linen sheet. Really pretty!
It’s about 80 inches long. Smaller scale. It would be beautiful at the end of a king size bed. Lots of options. Let me know if you’re interested or would like more information!
It’s Thanksgiving evening, back at home. What a day! Could it have been any prettier?!
My sister and her husband have a place in Amador county, that has a spectacular view of Sacramento in the west. Great sunsets!
It was one of those days that made me proud to be a part of this family. Long after both of our parents have passed on, I feel like we’ve finally resettled, separating the wheat from the chaff. Sort of like reestablishing our place in a family, without the founders. It’s hard to explain, But I’m glad we’ve gotten back to where we are meant to be! Have you seen the same thing happen in your family? Give it time. It takes longer than you’d think.
Don’t miss this Brighton promotion, if you have Brighton lovers in your life! You buy 2 pieces ad get one (equal or lesser value) for FREE! Cool, eh!
Thanks for being here!
Friday and Sunday, too!
Wash your hands and say your prayers!
Virtual Hugs, Barbara