Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Cider days take one

Here is the info for Cider Days on what to expect to pay, do, etc. straight from the GO BLOG website.

Get ready for autumn this Saturday and Sunday at the 10th Annual Cider Days on Historic Walnut Street. You’ll find regional artists and crafters, performance stages, a Scarecrow Village, a Historic Homes Tour and more. All of that for only $3 per person and free for children under 10. While you’re on Walnut Street, pop into darklight gallery & studio (1111 E. Walnut St.) to check out the new “fall” exhibit with artists from as far away as Chicago and Austin—and as close as Monett.

I'm excited. I'm excited. I'm excited. I'm excited.

Jeff and I get to hang out ALL day together at this thing on Saturday and it couldn't have been better timing. We haven't seen each other all month or last month really, and could use some good crafty/people watching/goofy/fun time together. Right now he's getting ready for MSU's amazing blood drive next week and is working all sorts of ungodly hours while I am studying/getting ready for cider days/in class. Needless to say we don't have any groceries in the house and our dogs are getting restless.


Winnie said...

yey for cider days. boo for no time with jeffy. i hope you all get some really great time together selling your stuff this weekend. i'm sad i don't get to be there -but sounds like it could be hubby bonding time.

i might have bought you a present today... :)

Mary Helen said...

Good to see you today. I'll see you Sunday!

Winnie said...

yes a present!
i keep looking below at the pictures of lilly. i even went so far as to make genevra stare at them too because she's sooo darn cute.
so are you by the way.

i miss you. i'm going through withdrawls.

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Nicole said...

I'll be at Cider Days after all! See you a little after 11am!

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