So very me.
She belonged to another dealer's grandmother.
Wasn't her style.
She was regretfully selling her.
So I paid really real money for the simple pleasure of owning this beauty.
I will not sell her.
I am using Miss Kathryn in the small booth.
She is very practical.
I had to pull every single thing out of my booth to squeeze her in.
Then I had to get all this back into the booth.
Miss Kathryn has that farm fresh look.
I can spy white and turquoise under the gray.
This is her top cabinet.
And this is her bottom cabinet.
No paint on the inside.
Just tons of space.
I may line her with fabric and add a coat of wax at some future date.
As for now Miss Kathryn stands proudly with her load of treasures.
I am moving away from turquoise and pink for the season.
Leaning more towards gray and white.
With touches of silver and gold.
I do need to find some of the LED timer lights for the inside of the cabinets.
If you know where to find super-cheap ones let me know.
It looks like I need to mark some items down for clearance.
I despise dragging them back and forth.
Some items have made their way to the thrift store.
I see a peek of turquoise that needs to leave.
One last look at Miss Kathryn from the aisle.
She looks right at home.
As you can see most of the pink items are out on my "front porch" area.
Thanks, Jerrell, for allowing me to buy Miss Kathryn and for letting me name her after your grandmother.
I love her.
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