On Monday, my staff went to the Ulen Country Club in Lebanon, Indiana, to decorate a Tober-themed table for this thing called Tablescapes. Tablescapes is a fundraiser presented by the Women's Fund of Boone County. Folks from different businesses and organizations decorate some tables, and then a bunch of people pay moneys to come a look at them, and some of them get to have lunch at the special decorated tables.
So my library made a Toberscape.
You HAVE to biggify this picture to truly appreciate its Awesomeness!
There are Tober Placemats and Goldfish crackers (People Treats) and fancy-folded napkins (humans are messy eaters) and Feline Training Devices and a flower arrangement (the yummy fake kind) and a Betta fish named Max and a superbly painted fake ME and a real live Catnip plant!
I am so excited to be a table centerpiece! Eight people are going to sit around and gaze in fascination at my beautiful display--how lucky are they? I even put business cards at each place so that my diners can visit my blog.
Here is one more picture of my table:
My staff all worked really really hard to make my table the best table it could be. Special headbumps go to my AAB Alec, who painted the fake Tober and saved him from looking like a giant Cheeto.
Oh, and I suppose I'd better post a real picture so you can appreciate my handsomeness. . .
Don't the glowy eyebrows make me look distinguished?