OK. I’m super excited about ‘Midweek Meet’ –a feature that will allow me to introduce you to other readers and interesting people that have crossed my path. Today, we meet Mamma Dawn, owner of The Floured Apron, in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Dawn’s story came to me through her daughter, Reyanna who faithfully reads my blog.
“My mom is a cute 56-year-old woman who owns a bakery in Colorado. She’s affectionately known in her small town and to her 7 grandchildren as Mama Dawn.
Everyday, Dawn dons a bakery hat and wears a long “mom” dress, that Reyanna describes as baby-doll-esque T-shirt dress along with cute colorful socks. To keep her comfortably on her feet all day, she opts for Merrell brand Mary-Janes (and a floured apron, of course.)
Not too long ago, Dawn was in need of some new colorful socks and mentioned this to her daughter.
“Mom, you NEED to try Little Miss Matched socks — you will LOVE them!”
Reyanna continues, Mom said she didn’t want to buy socks online, but alas, we could not find anything cute in local stores.
So, she …did it.
She purchased EIGHT sets of Little Miss Matched socks and now has 24 socks to mix and match and wear as she pleases. And she does LOVE them.
Reyanna ends with, “I’m not sure of many people who can pull off a dress, Mary-Janes and mismatched socks other than you and my mom!”
If you live in Pagosa Springs or are planning a trip close by, stop by and say hello to Dawn. Tell her Stacy sent you and ask to see her socks!
The Floured Apron
117 Navajo Trail DR
Pagosa Springs, CO
by the way, you can visit Reyanna’s blog here.
In honor of Dawn, I think we should all stock up on our mismatched socks.
Here are four of our favorite styles. All you have to do is click on the name and you’ll be good to go!
and my new FAVORITE …
OK, so I’m already wearing my mismatched socks, but I suddenly have the urge to flour up my apron and bake something yummy.
Actually, I’m headed to a special yoga class tonight with the celebrated Seane Corn I’m a bit nervous, since I haven’t done yoga since the first of August. I miss it terribly … hoping tonight will get me back in the “flow.”