Winter Craft Fair 2013 and the Storm

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Seriously, we had the weirdest weather at the beginning of December where I live in Southern Oregon.  The area got hit with one of the hardest snow storms in many years together with temperatures at 5 degrees at night and icy roads.  Our big local Christmas fair was cancelled on December 7th due to the severe weather and rescheduled to the following Saturday.  The problem on the next Saturday was ice covered roads.  The temperature rose a little bit but people were just afraid to drive even after two weeks and so was I! It was a pretty picture as you can see but dangerous.

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Fortunately, my good friend Pat helped me out by taking us in her big 4-wheel drive truck on the 15 mile trek to the Show!  I never could have made it in my vehicle.  I so appreciate her!  Thanks Pat!  My friend Cheryl from Lady Lemaire and I have shared a booth for 3 years and it’s always fun!

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The event was not well attended due to the weather but Pat, Cheryl and I had so much fun. There was plenty of laughter and people watching throughout the long day.  Thankful for all the customers who were willing to drive to the show in very bad road conditions.

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As this year ends and a new one begins,  I want to thank all the new friends I’ve met on line through a Creatives group.  Their knowledge and support is immeasurable and I appreciate each one of them.

21 Responses

  1. Love your website. It’s clean and classy!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE this.

  2. Terri Sproul says:

    pretty

  3. La Cartera says:

    Happy New Year! Sorry to hear about the snow storm, although it looks beautiful. I love your website too! 🙂

    • ladydi says:

      Thanks Sheila! Glad all the snow is gone. We usually don’t get that kind of weather in So. Oregon in the Rogue Valley. Thanks for you comment about the website. I’ll share with Kristy! 🙂

  4. Rita Barakat says:

    Oh wow that first pict is gorgeous! That stinks about your show but at least you were able to have a little fun! The thing I love about this business is al the amazing creative people you meet that are wired just like you! Happy new year!

    • ladydi says:

      Yes, that first pic was in front of my house! It was amazing as long as you didn’t have to go anywhere! I love the hustle bustle of a craft show and meeting new people. Happy New Year Rita!

  5. WOW! That was one huge storm and the pics are beautiful. Glad you were able to make it to the Craft Fair. Beautiful website as well. Happy New Year!

    • ladydi says:

      Thanks Alexandra. Yes the craft fair was fun just being with friends. I look forward to those special times together with them. Have a great week!

  6. Such a Beautiful place to live! My sister is in Beaverton Oregon and I call it the ‘Promise Land’:) I am so glad that you went ahead and had a wonderful time at the Craft Fair! I think most of the fun comes from chatting and getting to know everyone there. I am looking forward to following your blog in the New Year!

    • ladydi says:

      So. Oregon is beautiful especially in the Spring and the warm Summers. I made a promise to myself to try to blog each week. We’ll see! Love your blog!

  7. Too bad the weather effected the show turn out, but glad you were safe and had a good time. It is a beautiful picture of the snow.

  8. Brenda Young says:

    What a beautiful winter wonderland! Hopefully you were able to find time for some snow play before it melted away..

    • ladydi says:

      Fun time was running out and shooting photos of the snow blizzard! Haven’t seen icicles on my gutters since living in Buffalo, NY 41 years ago! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  9. What a lovely story. People are so amazing. I love the snow picture…looks like a Christmas card. Have a special and prosperous 2014! #sscnet

  10. Darla says:

    Your beautiful winter photos looks like my home today! I am so happy to have met you online and wish you abundance with your wonderful handmade pieces. Happy New Year!

  11. Great article. I can see that you really enjoy what you do. Your pics are awesome, wish the weather had cooperated more with you… Well written! 🙂

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