I mentioned a few posts ago about bloggers who forget they have a blog when things get busy. And I totally became a blogger who forgot she had a blog this past weekend. Well, technically I didn’t really forget, I just had to put the blog to the back of the back burner because I just couldn’t keep up with all the hats I’m supposed to wear 😀
You’ve heard the saying it takes a village to raise a child. I say it also takes a village to pull off a weekend set-up at the flea. I’m so overwhelmed by all the willing help and support I had this past weekend I can’t even put it into words.
We arrived at The Vintage Marketplace at the flea around 9 am. During a torrential downpour. We checked in under umbrella’s. And waited for the downpour to subside. Unloaded under grey skies that were very prone to shower us with wetness. We were so thankful for a tent to get our merchandise under.
This past weekend I finally kicked into gear and got busy on projects for the Vintage Marketplace at the Springfield flea. We had plans on Saturday afternoon/evening so I only had a few hours but I made the most of those few hours.
And since Monday was a holiday of sorts, and my hubby was home, I made the most of the whole day. Over 15 projects finished over the weekend! I haven’t even counted how many are still to do and I don’t wanna know! There are a lot.
Do you look at wedding blogs? Do you love beautiful weddings like I do? I have 3 girls – so we just may have 3 weddings in our future! I have a pinterest board titled ‘wedding ideas’. While I know my girls will have their own ideas and most of the decision making will be what THEY want – I can’t help but have great ideas I like in one place to go through. My teenager tends to like the same things I do and she turns to me for my opinion on fashion and decor. If that trend continues I do believe planning her wedding will be a delight.