Sunday, July 29, 2012

Breakfast with The Duke, and other randoms...

Look closely and you can see who is behind Sam...

That's John Wayne on his horse! 

Before church this morning we had breakfast where John Wayne likes to Bedford's OldWest Cafe...

It's at 121 and Harwood, on the northeast corner...
... and it IS one busy breakfast place... with reason.

Here's my order, called "The Cowpoke"...
It's one egg, sausage, and one pancake.
Yes, that is ONE PANCAKE.
Talk about YUM.

(Now I need to go workout.)
On a different note, Mother and I were out and about the other day and suddenly thought maybe our cars needed eyelashes!!

Here was our inspiration....
Pretty cute, huh?

On an even more different note, I had some excitement in the antique mall yesterday.   The day before (Friday) I had sold the last of the Ethan Allen chairs.
(Here is a picture of them in the booth, in June...
Well, they all were sold by Friday so I went early yesterday to rearrange things.

I put these ladderback chairs (I'd gotten from Audrey) out front...
I thought, I'll just take a picture of them.
I'm glad I did... because within 30 minutes they (all four) sold!!!

So after I played in the tea room I went back to the booth, and rearranged things again!

In closing, here's a picture of Cheryl Travis with her two grandsons, Judah and Levi.
They came to the tea room the other day... and well, they always come back to the piano.   When they came over this last time Levi sang "Jesus Loves Me" to my accompaniment.  It was so precious!!
[By the way, if you don't know Cheryl and the boys, you may know the boys' mothers, Whitney Travis Rushing (Judah's mom), and Jenny Travis Campbell (Levi's mom). (I say that because I know some of my blog readers know Whitney and Jenny. (Jenny, by the way, is going to give Levi a little sister in October, named Lucy!)]

My next post will be about an excitement in the tea room that happened 2 1/2 weeks ago.
Stay tuned!!

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