Sunday, 17 May 2009

A little bit silly

I was contacted, (and you might have been too) by the lovely Zoe who, along with her sister, has decided to run a vintage fair in the East!Hurrah! I have been so gloomy to be missing all the fun in the South West! Now we have a vintage fair nearer to home. I was so excited! I was tickled pink to be invited! I thought of all the yummy goodness that will be in one place for the day! And I saw the pictures of Zoe's cupcakes!
Did I stop for a moment to think that I have no stock?
That nearly everything I have is at Big Blue Sky?
Did I consider that I have two Christening gifts to complete before May 24th or that there is a week of half term between now and June 7th?
Nope.
Oh silly me.
Oh silly silly me!
The beautiful boy on the other hand is running his own jewellery store! Maybe I should order him some business cards
t.x

18 comments:

Shabby Chick said...

Awwww isn't your beautiful boy sweet! I love his shirt. Isn't it annoying when your children steal all the glory of a post just by being themselves?!

You'll be fine for the fair, I have every faith in you ;)

Mel xxx

Sal said...

That's lovely for you! And a darn sight cheaper to get in than the last fair I went to in Exeter!!;-)
I remember going to Blakeney, some years ago!But we didn't get to see the seals!;-(
We love that area very much!
;-)

Tabiboo said...

Oooohhh a vintage fair - lucky, lucky you!

I love your little lads jewellery - a budding entrepreneur there maybe??

Enjoy the rest of your weekend,

Nina x

Country Cottage Chic said...

I was contacted by Zoe too but sadly it's a bit far but it sounds lovely - I'm sure you'll have a whale of a time - just get the child labour going & you'll have plenty of stock! ;-)

Jayne

Melanie said...

Excellent news, your boy is so cute! xxx

Menopausal musing said...

WHAT ARE YOU THINKING OF??!!?? The boy's got talent! Strap him to a chair in front of the sewing machine....! :O) X

beck said...

Awww...too cute. Love those socks.
As for you Ms Pink, I know the feeling re stock. You had better stop blogging and start working! good luck, I'm sure you will whip up some lovely bits asap. x

Bobo Bun said...

When I recommended you to Zoe I didn't know if you'd be able to do it, so glad you can. I hope my friends that I've mentioned to her can come too.

See you there.

Lisa x

Floss said...

Ooh - best of luck! Your son's setting a fine example... I just love the poster for the fair.

Marie Reed said...

Wow! How very business savvy of him! What a daring boy!

silverpebble said...

Ooh, magic - it's an hour and a half away but we just might be able to make it. Fabulous image on the poster

What an entrepreneurial lad! Lovely wooden beads too. Is that binka I spy? Ah, the memories.

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hi T!
Get on that sewing machine gal!!
I know how well you work to a deadline! ;-))
I would have loved to have had a stand at Blakeney too, but it's just too far for me...as you know, we have to make that trip a few times a year and one more just isn't an option at the moment...

Bless BB - those beaded beauties are wonderful! (Does 50p cover Mum's costs?!)

Good luck!
Niki x

Nelly said...

Brill how exciting I live in Suffolk so I will be heading up to visit the Vintage fair

A Thrifty Mrs said...

How lucky you are to have a fair near you.
But put the laptop down woman and set thee to work otherwise I'll send you down the mine for a hard days work. ;)

comfortstitching said...

You must have a little word into Issac's ear, 50p for those trinkets of brightly beady loveliness?????????
Oh no dear, be never knowingly undersold!

Mrs. Cozy Home said...

I am so excited to find your blog -- I LOVE your kitchen!!!! I so appreciate the attention to detail!

Love your son's shirt -- the man has style!

claire said...

How exciting!! I shall make a note in my diary :)
Fabulous shirt!!!

Sarah and Jon said...

It really is a great shirt!

I shall definitely have to pop up to Blakeney to go to the vintage fair!