November 4, 2011

Sunday Snippets!

Sunday was kind of a quiet day at market so while I was out wandering I took a few pictures of some of my favorite booths. The first one Pillow and Maxfield for Michael Miller. They were are neighbors during the whole show. Isn't this new line Ohh La La just adorable. Another Michael Miller designer I just love is Sandi Henderson. Her new line Secret Garden is doing really well. I will share the bag I made from this line on another post. Made it just for market and then forgot to pack it. Augh!

This little game box was on my chair when I got back. Quilter's Bunco, sounds really fun to play. Thank you Bunco Fairy for this. I think I know who you are and what booth you are in! Anyone want in? I think we are going to try this at the Corn Wagon on a month basis. Watch for more details.

This booth was beautiful. It's Bonnie Blue. Their quilts were all perfectly done.

My friend Dana from the Lazy Daisy Cottage was one of the double booth winners. Go Dana and Darryl!! The last one for the day, the Moda booth.

It's closing time and we are ready for supper. We headed to Riva's for Italian. It was very, very good. In tow we had Marsha, Mary Ann, Emily, and Myself. We met Terri and her family there. Laughter again was on the menu tonight.And almost settled in for the night until someone shouted, anyone want Molton chocolate cake? How could we pass it. Room service showed up at our door with two of them. It's the best I've ever tasted. Need I say more...
but good night.


Simply Sandy said...

Looks like you had lots of fun. And the molten chocolate cake, I'm drooling. From one grandma to another your grandbabies are adorable! I'm am now following your blog! :)

Yvonne said...

The booths really look pretty in Houston and it looks like you had a lot of fun! Chocolate cake in bed....mmmm delicious! I love the Bonnie Blue quilts!

Becky said...

Oh man, I missed out on the molten chocolate cake! I settled and walked down to the desk and got ice cream.

Rennie said...

Molton chocolate cake? Is that something we know in the Netherlands? It looks delicious. I like the Bommie Blue quilts. Do they have a sitebof their own? Love from me to you!

Jan Marie said...

Sounds like a wonderful time. I can't wait to see more pictures.