In the heat and humidity if necessary, but get out in the world around you. In Houston, of course, we got both kinds of weather, hot AND humid… Some parts of town got downpours yesterday including where I was. I didn’t notice from the hotel ballroom, but some of the other attendees mentioned it. Biblical was a word used… Couldn’t tell a few hours later when I left for home. At home the only evidence was that the koi pond was full to the brim. It was 77F in the morning, and barely 80F when I went to bed. Fall is definitely here.
Time to start thinking about the fall garden. The summer one hasn’t really done much, although I have a couple of squash plants still alive, they’ve only just set flowers. The collards are ok, but nothing else really grew. Oh well, I’ve said it before, I stack cans because my thumbs are not green.
Had another fun, but long day on the show floor. Chatted with lots of people. I’m not selling the big pieces I wanted to sell, and the smalls aren’t gonna send the kids to college, but I’m grossing a couple of bucks, and might make a little money. It’s more about being with fellow enthusiasts though. The selling is just a framework for the get together. It’s more than a little bit like the joke about the two antique dealers stranded on a desert island— one is having a “going out of business” sale, and the other is buying inventory….. but it’s a great way to see people from all over.
And it’s a nice break from normal routine.
So I’m back there today, really hoping to move a couple of items, with a couple of bins of new smalls, because even though it’s the last day, I just got them un-buried from the stack, and I’d like to set an example of continuing to sell to the last minute.
Even in my hobbies I’ve stacked it up!
Better though to stack up some necessities. And vital to have some links to humans and a community.