I cannot tell you how much I needed this, to regroup and get things back into focus. Being surrounded by such incredibly open, friendly women lifted me up to place I have not been to in quite a while. Each and every one of them has a special place in my heart and I hope that we will be able to keep in touch with each other.
Here we are, gathered in front of Glover's Station Antique Mall, (at 8:30 in the morning, no less!) in Greensburg, with hats that came from a booth inside. I think Frannie did a remarkable job of giving us hats that suited our personalities perfectly. You can see me in the back row, on the right side, with my black chapeau perched on top of my head. My sister is sitting in the first row, first gal on the right.
This is the Mayor of Greensburg, Lisle Cheatham. I do believe that he wins the Good Sport Award for allowing Frannie to bedeck him with a vintage apron and her flowery hat. He was extremely gracious and gave us a little history of Greensburg as well as the economic state of the town, which I found to be very interesting. They are in the process of revovating and rejuvinating the downtown area, and when they are finished it will be beautiful.
I took 200 photographs on our trip, and I will be posting and sharing stories over the next few days. I hope I won't bore you. :0)