Sunday, August 10, 2008

~SUNDAY~

~SUNDAY~
Nothing but a blurb today on my post. I am working on marking everything in the shop in hopes of opening to the public in September. I am having so much fun making each tag and getting ready.

Below is just a sneak peek of what's coming next on the website. This is one of my views from where I sit and talk with all of you. Coming in here makes me HAPPY and I look forward to it changing as the treasures leave and go to their new loving homes.




Uncle Duane's Funeral Service was very nice. I held it together until the 21 gun salute and the lone bugle guard played "TAPS". I lost it as I think everyone else did too.

On a HAPPIER NOTE, Have a great day today, I am going to PAINT my FRONT SHOP DOOR in a PATRIOTIC RED, if the rain holds off today, I would like to get that done too. (in between all the company I have coming today)

Hugs and Love, Amy

9 comments:

Connie said...

Ooooh, Amy, I am soooo wishing you success in this new endeavor, sweet mommy chick....I wished I lived closer to come and speak with you and buy (squeeeallll!) some of those treasures. But I ain't flying anywhere, honey!! Good luck, my sweets.
Smooches,
Connie

Susan said...

Your shop looks so inviting. I wish I could visit, too. I'm sure you're going to be very successful!
All the best to you!

She'sSewPretty said...

Amy,
Your shop is looking wonderful. I hope that arranging and painting are a little distracting from all of the sadness. Your Kristi is beautiful. I pray that she stays state side in her military career. You have a lot to be proud of.
Big hugs

Jan~Feather Your Nest Antiques said...

On August 12, it will be five years since I opened my antique shop! Just letting you know that it's possible to have your dreams come true. I remember what it was like to try to get everything ready to open and how excited I was. I am still excited everyday when I put that key in the door and open my shop. Best of luck with your opening and I'll keep visiting so I can share in your excitement.

Jan

Mary said...

Hello Sweet Amy, I am so sorry about your Uncle Duane.I will be Praying for Kristi that she get to stay in the U.S. and for her safety. Your shop is Lovely. You have worked so hard on it. I wish you much success,
and time to do new projects for your store:) Love and Prayers for you and your Family. Mary

Anonymous said...

Your shop looks beautiful!

~elaine~

Shelley said...

Hi Amy, your shop is looking wonderful. I wish you all the best with it. I am very sorry for the lost of your dear uncle. Looks as if he led a very full life and accomplished much.I will be praying for you and the family,asking God to comfort through his Holy Spirit. I will also be sure to remember your DD as she moves into a new chapter of her life,asking God to give his angels charge over her,to keep her in all her ways.

Blessings, Shelley

Iowa Gal said...

I can see why you won't be coming up to northwest Iowa to have coffee with me. Your shop looks so inviting. Maybe someday I will come your way........JAN

Judy said...

Good luck with your new shop, it looks beautiful. I can hardly wait to see the red door.