Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Wishing for a Winter Wonderland


Wishing for a winter wonderland. There is not really any snow on the ground right now, but here is a picture of what we already had this season. Whimsies loves snow, so Jac is going to have to go way north to ski this weekend. We hope everyone had a great time with family and friends this holiday. Our little vacation is over and we re-opened on Friday, January 4th at 10 a.m. Our winter hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. We are now closed Sunday and Monday through winter.

The holiday merchandise is on sale for 50% off. This includes cards, ornaments, and books. There is even an handful of Meadowbrook Gourds in the bunch. See you soon!
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4 comments:

Maven said...

Be sure to update this blog:) I've linked to it, and stop in whenever I"m in Tarrytown:)

Good luck for great profits in the new year:)

KniteGoddess said...

Sorry, maven, for the none-updating. We will be better about that in future!

Thank you for the well wishes!

Anonymous said...

For a Christmas present, I received a set of two spoons, each with a closed loop and a single leaf at the handle, spoons smaller than the usual teaspoon. Are my spoons coffee-spoons, the kind Eliot mentions in "Prufrock" -- "I have measured out my life with coffee spoons"?

Whimsies Incognito said...

For Anonymous--
from what you described, it sounds like you received condiment spoons. Generally coffee spoons are rounder and larger than teaspoons.