Sunday, November 14, 2010

Bazaar















Can you guess what the above picture has to do with my Saturday? I decided to make a few baby quilts and blankets and baby car carrier covers. So, you say. Well one of my daughters who knits and crochets and myself, loaded up our crafty stuff and did a booth at a bazaar. I also took precuts from my inchworm store, why not, I thought it would be a good time to get some advertising since I am an online store only. I did give out a lot of business cards and talked to a lot of people. I saw people I hadn't seen in years. All in all it was a fun and productive day.

We left my husband, my daughters husband, and one of my sons in charge of my daughters twins (3.5yr) and a 1 year old. We figured that was a one to one ratio and that they should be able to handle it. Well the house was still standing and the kids were still alive when we got home so I guess everything went well for them.

I enjoyed myself but........there is always a but... I am so tired today, I guess I am not as young as I used to be. I told my husband that I must have been on an adrinaline high because I wasn't tired till after I got home and then I felt like a mac truck had run over me. Well maybe that is a little dramatic but you get my drift.

Well that is the long way around to explaining the picture. It is the fat quarters and all the precuts that I took with me that are left over. So I am going to add a turnover to the MOM and FOUR SISTER give away.



7 comments:

  1. my folks were just in town and my poor dad was so worn out from playing with my 4 year old. He took longer naps than she or her little sister did and went ot bed earlier. Too funny! (granmda knew how to delegate play time!)

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  2. Well...seems you did pretty good...so glad.

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  3. A turnover how fun! I felt like I got run over by a Mack truck once. That is no fun. Hope you are feeling better.

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  4. I'm impressed that your house was still standing...and very happy you had some time for fun.

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  5. hahahaha!! One to one ratio!!

    Glad you got some time out and I hope it results in some new business for ya. I can completely relate to the "being hit by a mac truck comment", hope you had some down time to recover.

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  6. Congratulations on making through the day. My mother/I have a ratio of 2 adults to 1 child and are exhausted after taking care of 5 year old grand. Thanks for the additional sweetner to your giveaway.

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