YesterNook owner Patti Cape has decided to paint the building! It's going to be neon lime green with giant electric violet polka dots! She says that it will "make the store stand out a little more in the neighborhood."
Not only that, but she's instituting a new dress code. From now on, she and Sharron will be working the register wearing gorilla costumes! We know you'll want to drop by and check that out!
Oh yeah, one more thing:
BELATED APRIL FOOLS!
How about some real YesterNook news now?
We hope all of our friends had a nice Easter and that folks in Louisville are enjoying this Spring Break week. We do have some real updates to pass on to you.
First off, we have some new vendors to share with you!
Kim and Melissa (Booths 876 and 295) will be moving into Mayme's Ballroom, the large room upstairs with several vendors in it. They'll be the last booth on the left as you walk to the end of the room. They'll be selling a variety of items, including some that are handmade. You'll want to check that out for sure!
Stacy and Anita (Booths 109 and 714) will be in Amelia, which is at the top of the back stair case. Pass through Maggie into Amelia and you'll find them. They've been YesterNook customers for a long time and are excited about having a booth. We're sure that you will want to support them.
All four are first-time vendors, and we welcome them to the YesterNook family.
Bob and Jody (Booth 459) are moving from the Ballroom downstairs into Edith, the big room just past the register. They'll be on the right as you come into the room. Look for them to have more furniture, in addition to their fabulous array of smalls and toys!
Several of our friends have inquired about Kathy (Booth 240--by the back door). You're noticing that we haven't seen as many of her fine painted projects around. We're just like you. We miss them (and her!) as well. She's been having some health problems that have made her put the paint brush down for a bit. She's on the mend, though, and hopes to be back with us real soon! Please join us in sending her well wishes.
Speaking of painting, we want to remind you that we do buy items that might need a coat of paint or have a little rust on them. Such items go well in the rough room, where other people looking for projects can find them. Give us a call or drop us an email for more details.