Monday, October 13, 2008

Over and done with...

Today I feel a bit... I don't know, not empty but... dunno... I didn't really know what to fill my day with (even though I still have boxes from the move to unpack). I guess the planning and making things for the market has taken a lot more time and energy than I thought... And now it's all over.

We had a beautiful day at Bortelid on Saturday. The weather gods were on our side and there were plenty of visitors.

Here my mum is getting our stall ready. Her rugs are on display, we only have to arrange the table...
The table is finally set up and ready for customers.
We were lucky with the weather. Nice and sunny and not too cold. It was a bit windy though, so I'm glad we had a tent. There were plenty of visitors to the market as well.
My mum in action...

The sale went fairly well. It could, of course, have been better (couldn't it always...??). At least I didn't lose any money on this, and my sales covered the petrol money for getting there.... and I'm happy with that. We met a lot of really nice people and I hope to be able to do this again sometime. (There are more photos over on my mum's blog)

And over to something totally different: Maja has finally lost her first tooth!! Hoorayyy!!!



Håper dere fikk solgt masse:-) De hønene var rå tøffe. Quilte klubben min heter Lapphøno
Ha ei fin og kreativ uke

Sonja said...

Hurra for ho tippetannlaus. Det var da enda godt at ho kunne begynne å spise igjen. Er ikke så lett med flere løse tenner.
Takk for en koselig markedsdag.
Klem fra mamma.

Annemariesquilt said...

Heia må innrømme at det så litt gøy ut og dere hadde jo laget det koselig i teltet..
Neste år stikker jeg innom og hilser på!

Eileen said...

Thank you for taking us along to the craft fair. Your Mum's booth looks lovely! Glad you had a good day.
Now what?? :-D

Ruth said...

Er det ikke snodig hvor søte de er når de er tannløse i denalderen og hvor fært det er når de er eldre? ;)

Det var mye lekkert dere hadde å selge. Jeg falt fullstendig for englene dine. Du kunne ikke tenke deg å åpne en liten nettbutikk da?