Entering Horton's at the side door. Look at this cute little potting shed they have made. This is the spot where when the weather's nice on Market events, they make up bouquets to sell. You can design your own at times. I met up with my daughter, Angie, at her house and we went to town. I did not get a picture of us. Too busy talking.
You will find lots of signs in the store. All sizes. I like these small ones that can fit nicely on a shelf.
Here's a blinged out horse shoe for a farm girl.
I liked this sign myself. :):)
Oh boy that fudge was cut and ready to sell. Isn't this a beautiful fudge. I am so sorry, I missed some of the names.
This one is snickers. Yummy.
This looks so good too. Mr. Horton did pass out samples. He even had a special fudge for a little boy who could not have nuts. When cutting the fudge they do not cut one and then just cut the other....no cross contamination of nuts.
This is now the kid corner. Fashion for the wee ones and lots of toys and books.
Big girl fashions. Not all in the same area, so many can look and not feel crowded.
Statement t-shirts. I think we all know this .
This is in a " fixer upper "reference.
After shopping, Angie took me to Subway shop for lunch. I ran into beautiful blogger Cindy , The Bee Lady of Hill Top Farm. She was getting a later start , and we were finished. But it was nice to get a photo of us together. She is just so nice.
Well today is to be slow here....we shall see. The sun wants to shine . Hope you are all having a good day. XO