Saturday, April 17, 2010

My Other Job!

Danny has been building utility trailers since the kids were little. We started a business long ago and have been very fortunate that it has grown although we are still a small company with a total of 8 employees and most of them are family.

We set up at the Oklahoma City Farm show and really enjoyed meeting so many folks.

Thursday and Friday Danny and I stayed fairly busy and I actually managed to visit a few booths. They had an awesome Scentsy Candle booth and I left some money with them but brought home some wonderful scents that are already making our home smell good.

Our son "Dan" was able to come up today and help us with talking with folks. It sure was good to have him there.

It has been raining all day but it was a good day for folks to get out and visit the Farm show.

Now a sneak peak of what I've been working on this weekend while I had a few free minutes to spare.

Happy Trails....Ginger


sandrasc said...

Your booth looks wonderful. Glad to hear the crowd was know those farm type folk...a little weather won't keep them from going to a good farm show! And looks like you managed to whip up some nice stitchin'. Way to go, Ginger!!

primitivebettys said...

Looks like you and your handsome guys have been busy at the show. :) Love the peeks of your quilts too... so very pretty! :)

moosecraft said...

Great booth! And, Danny looks so proud and content sitting there enjoying everyone! LOVE your quilting sneak peaks! Awesome colors! Maybe you should write a book?!?! :-)

katie said...

Isn't it fun to have family help.
Your projects look great
Enjoy your Sunday.

Terri said...

What fun! I love expos and shows - I always learn so much! And it's always a good week when you get a little sewing in!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Ginger ~
Glad you had a lot of traffic at your booth.
I think that is the first picture of Danny you have shown (that I can remember) where he is not in!
Thanks for the peek at what you are working on!
Pug hugs :)

WoolenSails said...

Wonderful booth. It is great that he can do something he loves and make it into a business. Can't wait to see the finished pieces, they all look like they are going to be beautiful.


Teri said...

Your booth looks great ... Hope you ejoyed yourself ... sounds like you did at the Scentsy booth. I work with a girl who sells those ... She gets quite a bit of my money.
Thanks for sharing!