If you've ever attended a Country Living Fair, you know that there are s-o-o-o many great vendors and items for sale. I'm saying that because it's true and because, well, I was so caught up in looking and shopping that I kept forgetting to take pictures! However, I did get a few.
Awesome bread board and a cool vintage wine basket
Oh my! Look at these dough boards!! I'd love to have one some day but I have no idea where I'd put it. They're big!
It's true that opposites attract because my hubby and I usually have opposite likes but we both agreed this old post box piece was really cool!
There was even some great entertainment. This ensemble played a few blue grass songs and the adorable lady in the blue and white striped shirt even buck danced. They were both crowd pleasers.
|photo from A Delightsome Life|
One of the other reasons I wanted to attend the Country Living Fair to meet this amazing group of bloggers as well as the folks from Hometalk.com and Country Living.
This is Kathy of A Delightsome Life. She was one of the first bloggers that I actually met in person at last year's Country Living Fair. She is so kind and has a beautiful home and family. After I met her last year, we discovered that we were both homeschool moms turned bloggers as our children have graduated...well, I have one left that will graduate in 2016. ;)
This is Country Living's super sweet Editor-in-Chief, Rachel Hardage Barrett. She was so gracious to speak to our group of bloggers and to share what it takes to find to the right content for the magazine.
And, last but not least, a pic with hubby taken in front of the mound o' pumpkins...it's becoming a tradition ;)
I hope you enjoyed reading about the Country Living Fair. If you've never been, I recommend marking your calendars for next October!
Thanks for stopping by and God bless!