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?
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


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! ;-)


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 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!