I’ve seen a lot of neon out in the world lately, but haven’t noticed it here at the winery yet. That is, until this week when loyal customer Cheryl Groves came by and showed off her neon nails…which just happen to match her purse. Cheryl always has stylish accents when she comes by and our animals always appreciate the treats she brings to them when she visits too!
Thanks for letting me feature you Cheryl. Cheers!
I didn’t necessarily mean to have two jewelry related show and tell entries in a row, but when Janet Stewart and JoAnn Ryder came in last week with their fantastic earrings, I couldn’t help but snag their photo. The bangles on Janet’s set were the perfect shade for her skin. And the feathers on JoAnn’s set were such a fun teal color – a perfect compliment to the rest of her outfit that day.
I’ve never pierced my ears, but whenever I see fun earrings like these I always think I should take the plunge. Honestly though, I don’t think I’d wear them with as much joie de vivre as these two ladies. So I’m content to admire fun pieces on others!
Do you have a piece of jewelry you love to wear for certain occasions? Tell me about it in the comments. And thank you JoAnn & Janet for allowing me to share your photo here.
We’ll see what catches my eye this week here at the winery. Maybe it will be you! Cheers!
I’ve decided to do a new feature here on the blog I’m calling Show & Tell. These entries will feature those of you who come by the winery and catch my eye in some way. Maybe it will be a piece of jewelry you are wearing, a funny t-shirt, a family heirloom you show me, your adorable doggie, your nails….I don’t know what exactly will catch my eye, but I’ll share it with you all here when it does!
So for our first Show and Tell I am featuring Alice Miller and her fabulous necklace:
I love all the color on the bobbles and the texture. Alice said she picked this necklace up at her local hospital’s gift shop. Such a fun piece!
Alice’s husband, Bob, gave me a great cooking idea too. They both love the Sweet River White to drink and use in their cooking. Bob cuts up whatever veggies he has on hand, and browns the veggies in a skillet along with pork cutlets, chicken, or kielbasa. Then he pours about a 1/2 cup or so of Sweet River White into the skillet, puts the cover on the skillet and continues cooking until the meat is cooked through. That sounds super easy and a great excuse to open a bottle of Sweet River White!
I hope you enjoyed this first Show & Tell. Maybe you’ll be featured next! Cheers.