In the words of the immortal, Ed Sullivan....It was a "Reely big shew!" Of course I'm referring to A Ladies Rendezvous at the Rincon Grill, which debuted on Saturday. BUT ~ (shame on me...I was having soooo much fun, I forgot to take pictures!!)
Wendy Canales Bush pulled off the most amazing event, and she's set the bar pretty high for her next event. Twenty plus vendors, catering to women, were on hand to answer our every want and need! Lovely, amazing ladies who are anxiously waiting for Wendy's next show!
The staff at Forty-Niner Country Club was incredible, and danced attention on everyone's needs. Thanks especially to Director of Club Events, Casey Polvichak, who made it happen ~ hors d'oeuvres, dinner selections, beverages, comfy tables and chairs outside, and a gorgeous view of the golf course! Who could ask for a lovelier venue?
I want to send a special thank you to my sweet, loyal friends and clients...Roxanne, Valerie, Pat, Zhanna, Bill, and Chris, for your love and support that night. I made many new friends as well, and a special couple ~ Laura and Dan (fellow Lancers!) ~ it was a joy visiting with you!
So, last week meant preparation and the Hive was buzzin' with some new items for your pleasure ~
|Hearts & Flowers|
|Alex & Amy|
|Coffee & Cream|
|Orange Pearl Sparkle|
|Wire midi rings|
I'm also reopening my Etsy shop (link on my sidebar). It's been on hiatus, but you will soon be able to purchase on Etsy, anything that I've listed in The Boutique.
I've immersed myself in a number of online classes so I'll be getting back to the workbench to catch up with those ~ fun stuff to share coming up!
Lunch with Nancy tomorrow and planning for the Memorial Day weekend with my lovely family.
What's on your calendar? I hope you've peppered your days with happy times!
Loving thanks for sharing your visit with me today... I won't be blogging next Monday as it's a holiday, but I'm wishing you a lovely holiday weekend, wherever it may take you.
Be safe and don't forget your sunscreen!
Thank you to the men and women who've given their lives for us...
|Representing the Brownies of East Meadow ~ Memorial Day, 1957|