It has been a busy weekend, and it’s not slowing down.
We did a radio show in Farmington.
Friday was the day we loaded the van,
set up tables, and unloaded the van.
As always, Mike helped. This time he tried to upstage me by being a cheesehead. He’s been living in Wisconsin too long.
On Saturday we sold radio parts, reloaded the van, drove home, and unloaded the van.
Then we drove our friends to Ypsilanti, where we got to watch Aaron play bass in his band “The Bitter Regrets”,
and we celebrated Leslyn’s birthday.
Beware, weirdos look on from outside.
Next, a lunch date with Patrick and Kari, and then an open house at Janice and Marko’s. Things are not slowing down!
These are a my favorite finds:
Telephone wire that no one could possibly figure out.
The beams in the basement are rails from the railroad.
Egbert, Wally Sippel and Chris Sippel wrote their names in the basement cement in 1960.
A dog left his mark in the cement, too.
In the dark reaches of a cabinet we found a Rich Little cassette tape.
Queen Lynn, the great goddess of all things screen printing, asked me for some designs for her business on etsy. I came up with these, and I’m proud to say she is so happy with them that she is having a screen giveaway on her blog. Once you have a Lynn screen and some ink, screen printing is very easy and gives amazing (and fast) results. Lynn will show you how to do it here.
You’ve got until Sunday, January 23 to let Lynn know which of these describes you best. Lynn is giving away one screen of each design, good luck! Head over to her blog and check out the printed designs. Pretty cool, if I say so myself.
There will be lots to do in the coming weeks. This floor will have to wait for attention, right now I am focused on the paint splashes on the wood floors.
A few of us got together at a local bar and made small notebooks from all sorts of strange paper.
This is the mess we made out of the table.
This is how Kat decorated her cover.
This is Deb’s cover.
This is Lynn’s cover. We had a good time, I always like crafting with a beer in hand.