I sit this morning in a gorgeous historic building in downtown Lodi on a perfect balmy sunny day. So much turmoil in the world now and so many lives changed. The past 2 years have had personal turmoil me for as well relating to various family situations. Perhaps some of you have been wondering what's going on with Sunfall. I assume small town news travels fast and obviously some of you knew snippets of what was going. I have been contemplating closing Sunfall for quite some time. As I sit here enjoying the space and all the memories of the good times here and all the people I have met, I have to admit it has been a great pleasure to be in a small local business. In fact, for me it has been the best job imaginable. I contemplate what I may do next and luckily I have choices. I will be at Sunfall from time to time enjoying the space and selling the balance of my merchandise and also a few new treasures I may find. Please message me if you'd like to visit or see something in the window you'd like. I may have lots going on with family and other interests, but its still a pleasure to be here at Sunfall and meet you at your convenience. Have a wonderful day! Deb
6/2/2020 02:32:56 pm
Hi Deb, Yes, I have wondered how you are and think of you often. Jim and I met you how many years ago now. Some years ago but not lots and lots. Oh, how life has changed. I can get very sad if I let myself. Seems that your husband was with the WDNR and mine too. Or maybe the Wisconsin Court System? Jim knows but he is outside right now. We still love vintage and primitive, but sometimes it all seems trivial...We have made choices often, downsized and taken our items to auction. The most recent was last July. Then I feel bad about what I sold, never really want to, just can't have it all as the years are flying by. I really liked your shop, your Seed Saver seeds or am I failing at the correct name. I hope your family situations are better now? The world situations are growing worse and my heart aches. It seems that if I remember correctly we "think" the same in many regards. Now the "virus". We are frightened to say the least. I try to remember the light hearted days of looking through your shop. The joy of finding something vintage and fun. Wishing you the best, maybe I will hear back from you. Cheryl Congdon ~ Horicon
Cheryl L Congdon
10/6/2021 10:53:06 am
Hi Deb, it is October 6, 2021 today.
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