I did pretty well on refraining from purchasing too much, mainly because my visit to the eye doctor the other day ran up a huge bill for new eyeglasses. But I did add to my stash of black and white prints from Sew Together, a fabric, yarn, and Janome shop in Advance, NC.
The handmade, embroidered ribbons were gorgeous
This one by Gloria Stickney featured our state bird and flower, the cardinal and dogwood.
Even the lobby of the church had eye candy, with an art display on the walls
We finished hanging the show early on Thursday, so I stopped at the Triad Farmers Market near my sister's house. It looks like they are ready for fall!
I bought some peaches, hoop cheese, jams, and a big pot of mums for my sister and BIL. When I got back to their house, I visited my nephew's three goats that were borrowed to "clear the garden" in back of their house. Here are "Darkness" and her baby, "Snowflake."
I thought this one must be the daddy, but my sister says "Peanut" is also a nanny goat despite the beard.