First, what sold at Riverbend in Ravenswood:
My pink chair that I really loved didn't last long in the booth either. I'd had it in my bedroom for about 5 years but I needed the space for a bookshelf so the chair went to the booth. Surprisingly, I cannot find one photo of it! Ah me. I will miss that chair, but I know its new owner will love it as much as I did.
In Marietta: Furniture moves slower in Marietta, with the smaller items usually making up the bulk of our sales. But we did sell this old primitive door recently,
and the small primitive desk I painted also sold and went to its new home.
Last week this sideboard sold too, so we scrambled to bring in replacement pieces last week to fill the empty space.
And wouldn't you know, one of them, this smaller "married" cabinet, was put on layaway today so I'll have to get to work on something to replace it.
With summer storytelling performances beginning at the end of this week, my painting days may be limited for a little while. I am hoping I can still squeeze in enough time to get some things done. This is a good problem to have!
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