We were up before dawn on Saturday to travel to a Mountain Man show at a near by town.
Here are 2 of our display tables. The third table was just as full of iron work. The show was small, very small. Probably not over 40-50 people came through. However, for us it was profitable. That's what counts! Next year they are moving the date to winter time. Spring with 80 degree temperature equals no shoppers.
We arrived home early and decided to make church at 5:30. Afterward we went to our favorite local dinner establishment, Ecco Lounge. We were seated in the back room, a small room with 5 tables.
The young, man who was very polite, asked if we would all clap if she accepted his proposal. Soon he got a text that she had arrived in the parking lot.
As this picture was taken she was saying yes, and we all broke out clapping and cheering!
Poor girl, she only has two weeks to find "the dress"!
Apparently, this is a common thing to try to out do the last person in asking for a date. After I posted this on Facebook, a friend sent me this text about her daughter - One guy asked Meredith to a dance once by piling up about nine old tires at our front door with a bunch of Rolo candy and a sign that said "I'm sure you're tired of waiting for me to ask but will you roll with me to sweethearts? " It was a classic.
Times sure have changed since I was asked to prom? How about you?