Thursday, June 4, 2009

Saying 'Hi' to Ki

What a fun time it was last Thursday at Canton when Ki stopped by for a little meet-n-greet party held at The Veranda. We served a little snack and some cool drinks. Everyone visited and took pictures. We passed out flyers for the grand opening of Winnie & Tulula's -- only 9 more days!!! Everyone signed the 'wall of fame' (my check-out counter). Hope you had fun!!




















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9 comments:

trash talk said...

So you're a poet on top of being a standup comic?
Oh girl, be sure and bring those beanie babies and throw in a few noxzema jars and Dallas Cowboy glasses for good measure!

Ki said...

It was a wonderful day! Everyone was so welcoming and sweet. It felt like I was with family. I guess we are one big JUNK family! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Can't wait to visit Winnie and Tulula's!
Peace,
Ki

Kimberly said...

I am so sad I didn't get there!! Looks like everyone enjoyed Ki! Kid stuff invaded my plans...again! Next month!!! :)KIM

Margo said...

I had a great time, thanks for hosting the meet up. We had a nice turn out for Ki and I know she felt a big warm Texas welcome.
Blessings,
Margo

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

I hear it was a heck of a party! Maybe we can continue the party June 13 at W&T's? Bring on the beanie babies! ~Mindy

The Green Pea said...

I wish I lived closer to TX, thanks for the pics and good luck at Winnie and Tulula's. Sandi

JUNK PALACE said...

Looks like yall had a blast. I hate that I missed it. By the time Donna got back to tag team me we got busy and then it was too late. Can you do it again?
See ya at Winnie and Tulula's Big Bash. Don't call Richard Mr. Wonderful to his face, he already thinks he's the best thing since sliced bread.
Lillie

cityfarmer said...

gotta love the junk!

Wizard of Was said...

Boy do I wish I lived closer to Texas! I think when we go to Warenton this Fall, I'll just have to stay for at least a month! There seems to be soooo much talent in Texas! Thanks for the wonderful pictures.
Best Regards,
Gale

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