Sunday had come around much too quickly and it was hard to believe that this would be out last day together.
Breakfast was delightful and the hostess at my table this time was Jeanna Bauer and out hostess gift was a little box full of sweets, toys and accessories for Sasha, Gregor and baby. We also received a Sashapotmus onesie for baby, plus sewing patterns for baby. Photos of which I shall share with you on my last post. here are some photos from out last breakfast together.
Ida was dressed for travelling
At the end of breakfast we gave a warm heart felt round of applause for our wonderful hosts, Charla, Karen and Norvell. Thank you so much ladies for my first Sasha Festival in the USA.
All too soon it was time to finish packing and as my flight wasn’t until the evening I had some time to kill, and on my way back through the bar I came across this young lady.
She belongs to Sophia McClain ( I hope I have that right), she is a very early rubber head studio doll. Sophia gave me permission to hold her and photograph her. She is very tactile and much more beautiful in reality.
Now then as if holding an early studio doll was not a great way to end a Sasha festival, the next thing I know I was kidnapped by some very lovely ladies, bundled into a car and taken to a flea market.
There were a few Sasha dolls there, but very highly priced. This little sandy baby was on another stall with a reasonable price of $85.
I couldn’t resist photographing this
Thanks to Lynne Field, Heidi Wheeler,Barbie Hart, Pat Pellerito, Sheila Foery for kidnapping me and looking after me until it was time for my flight home, I has a fantastic time.
Now I would like to share with you some of my favourite photos from The Sasha Festival.Starting with:
Charla McQuire Neal and Karen Warnaka
Jinny Lee Myers
Brenda Myers and Jinny Lee
Betty Jean Densford and Joann Staricha
Jinny Lee and Ann
Softie get to visit Lincoln Memorial
The Cheesecake Gang
Friendship’s renewed and new friendship’s made, memories to cherish made along the way. My next post will be my last post on The Sasha Festival 2017.
Thanks for looking….