Friday, April 23, 2010
Raindrops on roses
Andrew surprised me with flowers, which made my day.;)
International packages are always such fun! And yet, so hard, since I love a good surprise and they make hat near impossible with their list of the contents on the customs form. I'm afraid I peaked this time...
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Saturday, April 17, 2010
To market, to market
Market morning. We had an Earth Day fair in addition to the regular markets today.:) They usually have a book sale going on in one of the gyms (which I look forward to, as one can never have enough books!). They didn't have it this year though, which was a disappointment. I'm sure Andrew doesn't feel to sorry for me, since it means less books for him to have to move when we get married in October.;)
Having skipped last year's Earth Day fair because of remodeling the gym, it kind of threw off everyone's groove. I was glad they held it again this year though!
We saw a young lady today who became one of our most memorable customers some years ago when she spent her whole allowance at our booth.:) How many 8-10 year olds are interested in free range, farm fresh eggs? I think we have a future farmer on our hands! It was lovely to see her again. It reminds me how old I am growing.;) I'll be a quarter of a century at the end of this month!
We catered the lunch for the event, which is always a fun experience. My mum's worst fear is to run out of food early on.;) We didn't, which can be a mixed blessing.
I am so thrilled that Spring is finally here, bringing with it the markets and warmer weather.
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Labels: baking, earth day, growing up, market
Monday, April 12, 2010
To guys in general
You need to realize how wonderful my single girlfriends are and start nabbing them up!
That is all.:)
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Friday, April 9, 2010
When I was dead, you gave me life/How could I not give it away so freely. Leeland
We had the opportunity to do a Passover Seder meal with some friends. It was amazing! The Seder dinner marks the beginning of the Passover feasts and is focused on the numerous plagues that God cursed the Egyptians with before they set the Israelites free.
The first big step toward our wedding: pulling the sequins off the lace for my dress!
(proof of how much Andrew loves me;)) Six months and a day until we get married!
Andrew and I at the Expo on Saturday. We were blessed to have sold both weekends.;)
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