I love attending farmer’s markets and craft fairs all year long, but it rocks my socks when November rolls around and all of a sudden there’s handmade Christmas-ness on everyone’s table. (Well, except ours. We haven’t broken out the festive cupcakes yet, haha). (I think that may be the first time I’ve ever said ‘rock my socks’…may also be the last.) Whenever there’s ‘handmade’ and … Continue reading Some Good Market Breaks out the Christmas Stuff
Hard to believe this was the last market we attended with cupcakes…and it was a month ago. It was a goody, though. The view, the fire in the wood stove, the outhouse, the vendors that feel like family, (especially when they bring soup and homemade pumpkin cake nomnomnom), and the steady flow of customers up and down the dirt path. Even the dogs lucked out … Continue reading Some Good Market in the Red Shed
Especially when Jess is on hair & makeup duty 🙂 For Joanne & Rod’s incredible day, we had to get ourselves ready, too, before heading off for hair & makeup…I think we got up well before the Sun did. That’s what coffee is for, though. Wedding day preparations make you feel all warm and fuzzy when you think the world of the bride (and her family!) … Continue reading Weddings are All-Day Events
Jess and I have never travelled on a train before this trip, so we decided to spend an entire day on one pretty much. This wasn’t in the plans. Let’s start with the bad news update. This afternoon we somehow boarded the wrong train in Leicester, which delayed us an hour in getting to the airport in Luton, and resulted in us missing our flight … Continue reading Europe 2013: How to Spend an Entire Day in Trains and Airports.