The lady behind the counter says "Hello and Welcome to my new floral shop. I'm Marta. Please have a look around and let me know if I can help you with anything."
Mary: Thank you very much Marta. My name is Mary.
Marta: You are kind. I've been working hard to set up my new shop.
Marta: Oh golly by gumptions it is. I just put up the feeder this morning and I left the doors to the shop open to unload. He must have wandered in. I think I'll call him Hummy and if he flies into the cooler I can call him Hummy the Dummy.
Isn't he precious?
Mary: Oh yes. My husband Martin is having his birthday soon and we'll be having a party. Say Marta where in town did you move to?
Marta: We moved into the Gothenberg model home on Lundby Lane.
Mary: Wow Marta. I just met a very handsome gentleman named Erik at the grocery store and invited him and his family to Martin's Suprise Party. Do you know him?
Marta: I'll be gobsmacked, that Erik is my husband and we would love to come to your house and meet your husband on his birthday.
Mary: How delightful Marta. I told Erik I would put the invite in the mail box for you. It's great to meet you. Oh this is a lovely display. I think I'll get this small one.
Mary: Thanks Marta. We'll see you at the party.
Credits: Water Fountain is resin and acquired at a miniature show. Almost all plants that are not by Lundby were acquired at an auction for a steal of a price. Auction plants and pots were handmade in Thailand years ago. Hummingbird is made of Stainless Steel (unbreakable) and aquired from a local artist. Vase collection on display has been acquired slowly over a years time from various places. Some are Lundby items but most are not. Dolls are Lundby of course.