A Walk Down May-mory Lane
The month of May is the perfect time of year to take inventory of life. Graduations remind us of milestones accomplished and prompt us to look forward to whatever the future may hold. Mother’s Day encourages us to hold close to the people who make life worthwhile. The smell of bonfires and joyful laughter echoing across the yard brings to mind memories from summers past. As we celebrate our last season at Crooked Willow, May has us reflecting on where we have been these past eleven years. We remember . . .
-Opening the Barn to celebrate special women during our Mother-Daughter Socials.
-Decorating tables at the Osakis Salad Luncheon.
-Painting projects and creating trash-to-treasure items galore!
-Serving Crooked Willow food samples and root beer floats at our Garden Parties.
-Showcasing quilts made by our talented employees.
-Treating our customers with a cup of coffee or boxed lunches in the Timber House.
-Showcasing the arts and trades of local friends at our Crafter’s Festivals.
-Heating up summer with firetrucks displayed on our lawn at our Sizzlin’ Summer Celebrations.
-Countless conversations with guests who saw something at Crooked Willow that made them remember…
What about you? Any favorite memories made in our little red buildings? – Kate