Saturday, December 24, 2011

Just a reminder...
We are OPEN Christmas Eve 10-1pm.
We will be CLOSED Christmas day thru Jan. 2nd.

Thank you again for a wonderful season!
We do this job because we LOVE it
and we hope you love what we do!
From our Backyard
to Yours...
 Merry Christmas
we will see you in the new year!
God Bless...

"For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the LORD" (Luke 2:11).

Monday, December 19, 2011

Store hours for Christmas week...
Tues, Wed, Thurs. 10-7pm
Sat.(Christmas Eve)10-1pm

I also wanted to share some pics of our
BYCC Christmas Party....

My cousin Robin and my mother

My husband Tork and my dad

Me and my sister Janelle

Rich (my sisters husband) and Greg (Robins husband)
We had a really fun night at
Top of the Rock
in Fairfield.
Its a beautiful little place that I
believe is Farfields best kept secret.
I really truly could not do the store
without each one of them.
Everyone's job makes it all appear effortless.
We love what we do
for another successful year.
Merry Christmas
from all of us at

And here's to a Blessed 2012!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Just in today....
Super cute graphic tees!
There are several styles available
and look darling paired with the lacey tee...
which is also available!

I thought I would also remind you that we will be
 OPEN Sunday 1-3pm.
OPEN until 7pm next week.
(Tues, Wed, and Thurs.),
Friday till 6pm
Saturday (Christmas Eve) 10-1pm.

We have a limited supply of Christmas Scents left...
get them while you can!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Thanksgiving 2011

I know this is so late..
but here is how we spent our Thanksgiving.


These are the "original" 5 Whislers.
The first time in 18 years that they have all been together
for Thanksgiving back at home in Iowa.


Me and my sissy in laws... Missy and Teresa.

My niece Mariah and Soyboy.

Missy with the Whisler boys
Tork, Trent and Todd.
Clay, Mariah and Sawyer.

My buffet turned make do bar.

Mariah and Sawyer.
Tessy and I.
The "kids" table.
Our very popular chalkboard wall.
Todd, Tork and Clay who is reading the Thanksgiving Proclamation.
This is a Whisler tradition
 that was passed on to the next generation Whisler
this year.
Missy and Mariah.  Look at all that Dallas love.

We loved having all of them in our home for nearly a week!
I tried my darndest to make it Norman Rockwellish.
We did of course miss and think ALOT about
Mckenna, Talon, Tori, Brad, Ben and Abby
who couldn't be with us.
There was Tons of laughter, some happy tears and many memories made
and cherished.
I miss you all so much already.