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    If you've noticed my site has been a little slow this past year, pat yourself on the back for being a good observer!

    In the past year, I have photo'd 2 books:

    Junk Gypsy book that made the NY Times Best Seller List..shameless brag)

    and a cookbook with Carolyn Westbrook (her 5th book) which will be out this Fall but is available for pre-order on Amazon.

    a product line with the great folks at Marcus Luttrell's Team Never Quit ,

    and even had photos featured in some of my fav mags like Country Living and on and on

    And I STILL made time for family & senior sessions that i didn't get a chance to blog about ..booooo. Who has time to sit at the computer!

    Oh yeah and then there's my home gig...spending time and traveling with my boys (the 12 year old one and the husband one). Had a blast in Vegas 2x in the last 6 months!

    I've begun taking on regular sessions now so email me at 97,112,114,105,108,112,105,122,97,110,97,64,103,109,97,105,108,46,99,111,109moc.liamg@anaziplirpa if you're in need of beautiful photos and a day of memory making this Fall after I return from Italy! Ciao Bella!


the sweetest pictures from the sweetest senior session last week.

with all the time i’ve devoted over the last 6-7 months working on a big project

I’ve hardly been able to accept sessions.

oh how i’ve missed my senior girls and boys!

you lift me up.

you give me hope and inspire me for all the possibilities that exist in the world.

i need lots of that to just get me thru an ordinary week.


as always

GOD has my back.

He sent me this little piece of senior heaven to finish off my season with.

meet class of 2016 senior ashlynn norris of rose hill christian.


what a treat to meet this girl and her family.

not only did mom come along but maybe the first time i’ve had a dad come too!

how sweet is that?

you are LOVED if your daddy will come along and patiently

sit thru this and that and lip gloss and shoes and necklaces….

that’s not to take away from Ashlynn’s mom/personal stylist who didn’t miss a beat.

what do you do with a love like that?


i’ll tell you what you do.

you become a GENUINE and FREE SPIRIT.

you sprout beautiful feathery wings.


you grow in to yourself with amazing confidence.


you look stunning and work some model magic.

684A7473you walk to your future with ease.

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you smile a real and gorgeous smile.



you take on life with deep Faith.


you laugh and love your life.





you live out loud.

wishing you a most wonderful journey Ashlynn!

if boots, grit, texas gals, sequins and fringe are your thing

stop RIGHT there and take a seat.

maybe grab a cup of coffee or a margarita if that’s how your roll.

you are about to take a pretty spectacular tour

of what a photo shoot looks…gorgeous boots, fab models, and super team included.

sequins… glitter of the fabric world.

are you sparkling, are you shimmery…it doesn’t matter.

you’re glowing and i love it.

this was a very small small sampling of the jewelry options in not 1

but 2 rooms we had available for our shoot.

imagine the possibilities.really glad i had no part in the choices.

it would have devastated me to have this many options.

these guys.

cameron gott & brandon augilar.

you must go and find them and follow them.

they are MAGNIFICENT videographers and just generally behind a camera.

they have a very natural and creative take on things.

it’s hard to believe they were shooting the same material i was shooting really.

and yet i don’t have them walking through 1 frame.

how did they do that?!

shooting on behalf of Lane Boots was Sam Franks/Texas Star Digital

 who i never quite got a photo of b/c he was usually busy

shooting boots somewhere else simultaneously.

 the boots arrived as the girls were getting ready.

brand spankin new front the manufacturer and smelling of new glorious leather.

let’s look at this pic and take roll.

we had lane boots executives to tell us what they needed product wise,

2 assistants to move heavy stuff and carry drills and hammers around

ready to move anything our little hearts desired,

mama gypsy helping out with wardrobe,

a FAN-FREAKIN-TASTIC make up pro (Andrea Schutter),

2 videographers,

2 photographers (including me),

junk gypsy staff

and of course 2 junk gypsies.

what photography looks like if you were in

H E A V E N.

andrea schutter riebeling on glam duty.

such a professional! got in and out like a make-up ninja doing

her thing and leaving no trace behind. wonderful!


boots and turquoise

don’t those soles just make you giddy?

on to location 2.

 daddy gypsy and one fabulous red vintage truck provided by Daniel Rebling.


i’ve only DREAMED of doing something like this with amie & jolie.

you may be surprised to know that EVERY single time we’ve had a shoot

it’s been in the middle of antiques week, unscripted, unplanned.

it’s amazing we’ve been able to do.

but here today, we had make up, vintage stuff,

superb lighting, fancy clothes…the works.

i wish i could tell you the story

behind this road but there aint that much popcorn in the world.

made for good times.

but we forged on and we got-et-done.

how fab to have beautiful staff to be stand-ins between takes.

Day 2: the models.


WONDERFUL Archie (i could go on but you’d prob rather see the pics).

This girl. a rockstar in her own right.

giving junk gypsy all that flavor all these years with her smolder & blue steel (zoolander) .

more touch ups and tweaking

the naturalness of this is everything.

enter Riley Fowler, daughter or Kevin Fowler, and future super model.

prepare yourself…this bombshell was 14 when we shot this.

yes 14 and a wealth of natural talent and beauty.

it’ll be fun to say “i knew her when…”

APRIL-PIZANA-PHOTOGRAPHY-58and the boots…can’t forget about the boots y’all!


new spot, new details to primp.

love how completely different this is.

glamping at it’s best.


imagine having 2 guys who are standing around just

in case you say….”i’d like to shoot over here– can you move that sofa over here?”

dreams come true y’all.

lip gloss and hair check

stopped to do a product shot here and there bc they were so yummy.

boots and more boots

vintage prom dresses and rusty trucks

that smile

not a boot shot but how could i resist.

dad checking on his baby girl

this should be the official postcard of texas

gotta stop for social media/periscope

like poetry

yet another location.

gypsies meet at gilleys?

these 2 awesome dudes ready for anything.

cotton-eye joe anyone?

walking with archie out to get a couple shots when i saw this in the doorway.

gotta love a girl who doesn’t get rattled when someone randomly yells, “STOPPP DON’T MOVE!”

took riley off to the side and continued to watch her

rock more boots.

last location of the day.

i’ll call this one “the farmer’s daughters”

archie in that dress..can you even?

riley with those braids? YES!

help from the littlest gypsy

Lane Boots execs there to make sure we all behave 🙂

love the originality of this

a little american gothic yo

and last but not least….

biker chick chic

again. 14. who can rock a shot like this at 14?

may be why they call them “super models”?

Cash Baker…future photographer

what bad assery looks like.

inspirational, exciting, and super cool shoot to work on with Lane Boots!

wishing ya’ll lots of success with your boot line Amie & Jolie!


count yourself lucky

if you are fortunate enough to live in a school district that

does Junior Achievement/ Biz town.

basically…it’s kids learning facts affecting finances, money,

economy, businesses and how it all relates to the real world.

from about the time of kindergarten all the way through their 5th grade year they do

a unit once a year

It is a program that relies on area businesses and parent volunteers

to fund and volunteer in making the town work.

and boy — does it WORK!


                          photo courtesy of jennifer lucas

speaking of work— at the end of 5th grade the big finale begins with

 the students going through an interview process for a job they are interested in applying for.

jobs can range from Mayor, snack shop worker, CEO, meter man,

flight attendant…you NAME it…the list is very long and specific.

my son chose DJ.

he was so thrilled he got his 1st choice of being a DJ given his

love of music. I was thrilled he got to do something so fun and out of the box for him.

He’s a very responsible type of kid usually so this was a welcomed break.


It had a cartoony feeling which made it fun but the actual business had actual

useful equipment which made it more realistic.

The kids walking in…they were so excited! They couldn’t have dreamt up a place more fun.

as a volunteer for the day, i was assigned a shop– my “job” was at Centerpoint Energy

Let me tell you…this is NOT a play date. NOT by far.

Here’s a glimpse of how it all works— take the centerpoint shop for example…

Every business is given a “Loan” from the bank to pay off before they can actually make a profit.

in our case, we were a utility company so the kids first took inventory as they passed out “supplies”

to the other businesses.

they then had a meter reader who would go to each business and check an ACTUAL meter where

he would write down the units of energy used.

THEN he has to return to the shop– enter the units used.

through the magic of networked computers and stuff i don’t know or want to know

that data is compiled into an invoice that is sent to the print shop (all over networked programs).

The print shop delivers the invoices to the businesses

where at each individual business– the CFO enters the invoice so that an check is made out

(through the print shop again) to the center point.

The CFO deposits the check into yet another laptop with networked program

which puts the money into the company’s account.

Unfortunately, as in the real world, the money does not go very far.

centerpoint like the other shops are still responsible for paying OUT many funds

including but not limited to: employee wages, web design fees, advertisement fees, rent,

taxes, lots of not so fun stuff.

it’s not wonder being an adult is not very fun.

the kids get a taste of this when they see how fast money goes out and slow it comes in.

in the mean time they have fun trying to keep their heads above water.

i can’t tell you the joy in  seeing them work together- sometimes in a panic – but together


another joy….just seeing them in their little worlds and how far

they’ve come growing up. You have understand.

like many other parents, i’ve seen these sweethearts grow up from kindergarten– which is basically

half their lives.

onto the radio station…where their “product” is music and advertisements.

what fun he had as the dj.

he got to choose the music, make announcements, and just step into another world.

and if you get too tired of your job- you an always take a vacation.

need groceries? no prob. everything is in stock.

maceo’s best friend….the judge! now that sounds like a stuffy kind of job unless

you’re this guy who made the best laws which included “you must dance as you pass by the radio station”

and you must say “happy cinch de mayo” if you see the cop…

he had a great judicious and commanding presence about him.

next up insurance and lots of “jakes” running things.

another cutie radio station employee getting info from the area businesses.

the cop on the beat.

flight crew

sports store for your sporting needs

now and then there was a break for messages and announcements from CEO’s

and officials.

back to work at the AIG shop

no lay offs at the Schlumberger branch!

bank was crazy busy but handled it like pro’s.

definitely the cutest IRS agent i’ve seen.

each crew took a lunch break in which they

had 30 min to eat, deposit their checks at the bank (sorry no direct deposit here), and go shopping.

city hall, radio station, and insurance guys eating together networking i guess…

a funny pic considering the only thing in focus here

is the sign:

“money doesn’t grow on trees”.

exactly the point.

just like real life, the kids have to run errands during

their lunch break. this line wasn’t bad at all

but there were times the line was VERY long.

balancing his checkbook so he could go shopping for important stuff like

gummy worms  and a pet rock at the nature store.

and he’s back at work….

what a super fun day for these kiddos who

have had to grow up so fast in the age of

way too much pressure and responsibility in elementary.

It did my heart good to see kids be KIDS and get to play

dress up for prob the last time

and all in the name of learning about how money flows in and out

(mostly out).

i can’t wait to see who you all really become kiddos!

here’s a little sample of



it’s a great question.

“how far can one go?”

found the answer this weekend and i have to say

i’m a little proud of myself.

this month’s boy scout adventure was

to camp at a swamp in louisiana.

yes a swamp. a REAL swamp.

with alligators, snakes, weird sound making critters…in dark. at night. that’s no lights.

originally hubby was scheduled to go.

my right hand. my hero.

the one that would haul everything for me,

put up my tent,

put down a nice inflatable comfy bed…etc…

but due to the unscheduled tsunami that hit our area in houston

plans were changed.

turns out a leak in the roof can put a damper on your plans.

haha jokes.

as luck would have it,  me and the bff

were all in the same boat (get it boat?! :P)…

Husbands couldn’t go.

Sons wanted to go.

we decided to ride it out together.

power in numbers.

to Lafayette we go.

first a PIT STOP AT BUCEES for

some necessary hip hop nonsense.

5 hours later after a couple of detours, turn arounds, and potty breaks we arrived in lafayatte at roughly midnight.

ever arrive at a swamp at midnight?

Not optimal.

thankfully the men folk volunteers took good care us.

on a side note– i’d like to make a PSA to unwed women of the world:

when you are interviewing for husbands, let me encourage you to give extra points to

any man who was a boy scout or is a scout leader.

they are made of a special kind of fiber.

these in particular just took our ginormous cabana tent out of our little lady

hands and pitched it in minutes.

did i mention we were on a bank of a very small peninsula on a swamp

with absolutely NO barrier to the water 2-3 feet from our tent IN THE DARK?!

it was highly possible we could’ve went for a swim had they not stepped up or sept on waterlogged grass.

my hubby was so thrilled they took such great care of us.

and our boys did a fine job of setting up their tents in the dark as well.

yay boys!
this was the view we had once day light broke.

cute little reptiles everywhere.

took this shot from a boat later on…our glamping cabana is the one on the right.

0 cell 8first thing in the morning was flag ceremony.

onto breakfast.

i brought my own little setup b/c i like my coffee a certain way.

yes I’m impossible in Louisiana too.

it just starts my day off right.

i pre-ground the beans at home to make things easier.

after that it’s just a matter of boiling water.

i was considering buying a really expensive water boiling thug-a-ma-jig

on amazon but i ended up waiting too long and had to get something quick.

so i got this little pop up stove at academy for like $6-7? it comes

with some kind of pellets that you light and let me tell you – they FIRE up!

they boil water and milk fast. it’s smaller than a sandwich too so that’s nice.

and then there was this.

men who cook.

Make that — men who cook REALLY REALLY well.

fabulous pancakes and bacon anyone?

someone said “camp food just tastes better” and i guess that’s what it was.

That and I want the one cooking.

talk about feeling spoiled!

seriously amazing guys.

meanwhile the kiddos made their own food.

they had scrambled egg tacos.

maceo had hot sauce on his which was pretty funny considering he’s never done that at home.

gotta love how scouts makes a boy feel manlyyyyyy!

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made my mama heart proud to see him take the initiative to do his

part and wash pots and pans after his own dishes.

all without being asked.

see what i mean about how scouts makes good men?!

next up was the swamp tour!

riding in a boat with a very little sides in a real swamp. yep.

it was breathtaking.

mother nature in full effect.

you don’t typically associate the word “swamp” with beauty but that is exactly what it was.

Pure, raw, unfiltered, ecosystem.

a photographer’s dream.

a carpet of lush green leaves and lilies floating over water, sprawling mystical trees, and cascading moss everywhere you look….

sure there was God knows what under it but

what i found is that if you just put it out of mind – your heart will pump

at a less erratic pace.

i mean…how could there be gators under something so dreamy?

and these trees. these magical cypress trees.

i expected a gnome or a fairy to float on out.

200 year old cypress

we went for miles and miles and ended up in the open

waters of Lake Martin.

very serene with fisherman here and there.

the weather was ideal. high 60s-low 70s and the ever so perfect light breeze to keep us cool.

we passed some of the troop.


Lake Martin is known for the variety of wild shore birds including

the blue heron, egrets, osprey, spoonbills, eagles, and many more.

It is protected by the Nature Conservancy and there are rules and regulations.

what stood out to me the most is how completely spotless it was.

i kid you not when i say i did not see 1 single water bottle or piece of trash over the 2 hour tour we took.

i didn’t have a higher power lens on me to zoom in to get up close details.

But  i can see why wildlife photographers would

be mesmerized at Lake Martin.

This bird – the anhinga – spreads its wings to dry in order to fly.

it stays perched like this for quite some time

making for spectacular photos.

see this girl on the right?

she’s in stealth mode.

don’t blink for a second.

look the the left and you’ll see 8-9 baby gators sitting on the log.

it’s gator nursery.

she obviously needed a little space but don’t you think for a

minute she’s going to let you get up close to those babies.

she came up To say hi when we just looked over their way.

 we turned around to this scene.

dude in a kayak and another tour up close and personal with a gator at least 5-6 feet.

our tour guide told us that gators can jump the equivalent of their length which means

this gator was being pretty nice considering what he was capable of.

guess kayak dude didn’t hear that part if

the tour.

we were impressed.

the next gator we saw was perched upright on the tree above.

i didn’t get a good photo of it at first b/c we all decided it had to be fake.

it was so still and perfect and practically standing up on the tree.

no way it’s real we said.

and then we got closer and this happened.

towards the end of our tour and it did not seem like 2 hours had passed but it had.


next the boys went on a hike. a really long hike.

i decided i would give mine some distance to explore and a refreshing mini nap didn’t hurt none. that didn’t keep me from peeking in on his tent.


SEVEN miles later he returned tired & hot.


soon began the dinner preparations…

another crazy good meal provided by our fantastic cook/host.

crawfish, crab, shrimp, potatoes, corn….yep!

the men were pretty much in a daze just thinking about it.

kids got to touch and hold crawfish.

grown ups got to eat the crawfish

Scouts are responsible for cooking their own food in each group/patrol.

some of which were very creative!

this patrol had “cajun pizza”.

maceos’ group had spaghetti and meatballs.

they seemed pretty content.

and there that boy is again…washing dishes.

you’d think he did it at home!

he does have  chores but dishes aren’t one of them…may need to rethink that one.

after dinner, kids had free time.

some sat and reflected on life.

some played music.

some grabbed fishing poles

some stood around looking at snakes crawl up the bank.

like literally crawl up the bank.

nothing to see here….
some did people watching

some launched (with air) things like crawfish into the swamp.

this is our leader Louis.

Louis is an incredible person.

Not only because he devotes so many hours to the scout cause but be/c you

can see how he truly takes joy and pride in it.

and the kids see it too.

it’s not an easy feat – he somehow maintains a respect from the kids all while having fun with them.

that is IMPOSSIBLE usually.

i saw him re-direct bad behaviors but never with causing shame.

i saw him constantly praise kids doing good things.

i saw him let insignificant things slide.

i saw him allow the kids to lead  themselves but still offering advice when absolutely necessary.

truly, what a blessing he is to the troop.

ALL of the volunteers were exactly the same (i’m sorry i don’t know more names).

all so welcoming and helpful to the kids.

a perfect balance.

talk about making boys happy

maybe too happy?

you  know it’s a kick butt camping trip when the police show up!

J/k….it wasn’t a big deal.

someone thought they were shooting ammo in the lake at the gators

but no. just compressed air.

my favorite memory of the whole time we were there….

maceo said to me, “mom! we are in lousiana! we camping at a swamp in Louisiana!”

love making memories with this boy and i love that he gets it.

what a sunset. the stuff of travel guides.

next was campfire and the iprov of telling jokes & scary stories, doing skits, and whatever comes to mind.

always the brave one.

he did a sing along he made up.

and it ended with a mexican hat dance.

yes it did.

then it was time for bed.

the air was chilly – not freezing – but 60 degrees.

i went to bed thinking how blessed we are to have this fantastic experience…

sleeping under the stars at a swamp in louisiana as maceo had said.

i should’ve recorded the sounds– it was a symphony of night creatures…

some sounding human at times. made me understand the whole

bud-wei-ser frogs of the Super Bowl years ago.

i forgot to mention there was also a herd of cows right next to us.

yep. cows, frogs, COYOTES howling, things hissing and buzzing.

things plopping in and out of the water right next to our tent.

but i really wasn’t scared.

I’m serious!

my tent was zipped up.

nobody was yelling that they were being eaten alive….

and you won’t believe this but we didn’t get ONE single

mosquito bite the whole 3 days!!!

apparently the mosquitos don’t like a substance in the trees?

when you put it all together– it made for a great story and trip.


speaking of jesus…

i love that we ended with a church service the next morning.

this was a remarkable group of people.

the boys were very sweet, helpful, independent, respectful, clean, funny, and had just GREAT attitudes about being there.

the adult leaders were the same and much more.

we’re still kinda new to  Troop 533 but i can honestly say

i am so happy we are here and i’m so glad we didn’t let the flood situation keep

us from coming.

we risked much but the wonderful adventure we had made it worth it.


initially my plans were to do a post on  the

fashions of round top.

technically this idea came to me last fall (2015)…

spend a half-hour there and you’ll quickly pick up on the reality that

what you are wearing is almost as important at what you are buying.

true story.

if it’s fringy, leathery, strappy, colorful, turquoisy, blue-jeany…

chances are you are following the dress code just right.

and if you’re not that’s ok too.

 somewhere along the way i couldn’t help but notice all the cute girls and the statements

they were making with jeans, skirts, blouses. rhinestones, necklaces, boots, jewelry, glasses,

hats, hair, purses…

you name it.

so i started asking one simple question:

can i take your photo?

99% of the folks said yes.

reminiscent of  HUMANS of NEW YORK

but in a Texas Antiques Week repertoire.

sometimes this led to a convo about what were the photos for

and sometimes not.

it was SO MUCH FUN y’all and became a game of sorts…

see how many “characters” i could find and photo.

yes, characters…

everyone has a story and even if i didn’t know it – i made one up.


2 outlaw gypsies busted flat by the side of the road….

bohemian princess on antique safari?

texas college girl taking a day off from semi-finals?

gypsy from arizona?

ok that’s really who she is but you didn’t know that.

rebel, stylish teen,

homeschooled by elton john and

doing research for his next runway project from NYC?

rock n roll band dudes (that guitars gave it away) maybe a heathen in there?

gypsy dude selling off his secret stash of venus’ to fund his shoe addiction?

prom queen side job to pay for a righteous designer duds??


random mariachi kid and who’s had too much kool aid to drink

bonnie & clyde still madly in love stopping for sip after running shoot out in arkansas?

clark kent disguised as traveling musician crooning on a porch?

part songstress/ part sorcerer mesmerizing the crowd with her

siren songs and sweet voice?

runaway bandit girl using her pistol as a belt and styling boots she

won in a rodeo?

mom/writer girl running away from home to have an adventure?

ok so this one is somewhat true….

i asked this darling looking woman to pose for me b/c i was obsessed with her

earrings not knowing this was Jen Hatmaker.

yep. i need to get out from behind my camera more often.

super cute tween girl channeling her inner archie/ amy allen

in her new turquoise junk gypsy boots (note  tags still on)

super hot farmer’s wife chick steppin out for a minute from

tending to all the cute baby chicks, piggies, and lambs

b/c i know i’ll get at least 23 emails asking…

this gorgeous necklace (which i will lust over till i get my hands on one)


marti agassi found here.

rowdy college kids playing air guitars and carrying on

wine sommelier visiting from california coast

thelma & louise taking a break from running from the law men to buy some

cute cute matching shirts…

found some time to stop in and refuel at my fav place for grub

at Zapp Hall...

Zapp Hall where family is essential to making a hundred thousand people’s dream

of good foodie type food, best tea in Warrenton and abroad, and spicy CRACKers essential

to the serious flea marketeer.

these people running a whole circus inside that beautiful chippy building

with heavenly eats cranking out a mile a minute….

making survivors out of all of us hungry folks during antiques week.

the matriarch queen of it all who fulfilled her royal duties by

smiling and giving free hugs to folks along with keeping me company.

madam curator  of the flea market?

girl next door with a root beer emergency?

some damn fine gypsy women on their way to a cowgirl gypsy runway show?

runaway mom support group?

scratch that. 21st birthday girls?

liven it the hell-up/ lookin’fine gals!

those glasses tho!

celebrity out for a stroll looking inconspicuous in purple boots?

fancy cowgirl from montana maybe? or wyoming?

hotel california girl looking for spirits from 1969?

ladies of aberdeenshire on a shopping  trip for the queen?

 cheerleader turned interior designer?


mayor of all the flea markets in warrenton?

johny depp’s styling team?

hot mom from texas?

jason aldean/cowgirl rocker fan club?

jesus fan club president hiding out from the paparazzi?

cowboy hat salesmen?

every girls best fashion consultant girlfriend?

piano guy  from central park tinkering whimsical notes on his magical piano?

click here to see the piano man play

world renowned antique car expert?


buyers from ralph lauren?

law mens keeping the peace? chasing bandits?

3 sisters on the run after robbing a corn silo? feed bandits?

make that 4 feed bandits!?


technically not a ‘people’ by most but

how can i NOT include this.

all that and pigtails too!

so my imagination runs away sometimes…

but whatever these folks are wearing (or not wearing in the last picture)

something i have learned is that i just LOVE the people-watching

and the people-meeting i get to do in Round Top and abroad.

looking at the collage of all these humans

makes my heart leap with love.

it is a class picture and sampling

of  the Junkers, the gypsies, the cowgirls and Cowboys who are living their dream and finding away to make that happen.

you must admit that it is admirable.


My friend Shay and I were stuck in traffic for an hour along HWY 237 and even though traffic was trickling along we both observed  how people were so nice…smiling, saying hi, asking about the traffic, etc…

and we came to the conclusion that it’s just the type of crowd that’s attracted

to Texas Antique’s Week in general.

kindred spirits all the way.

Mostly…laid back people who have a love and appreciation

for days gone by. for keeping in step with good manners.

for treasures re-discovered.

for good times.

well most of em’. I do know a couple crazies that frequent antiques week…you know who you are.

i pray that Round Top/Warrenton stays this way for many more years to come

and i get to hear the real stories behind all these beautiful faces.


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